INSCIENCE CATALOGUS 2015 — 1
Welcome 4 Practical information 6 Ambassadors 8 Jury & Awards 11 Expert meetings 12 InScience Education 14 Film | Annual programme 20 Film | Light 46 Film | Specials 54 Science | Big Ideas 62 Science | Lectures 66 Science | DIY Lab 72 Science | Experiments 73 Science | Meet the Expert 74 Art | Exhibition & Performances 76 NTR & NPO Cultura 90 The Awards 92 Index Film by title 94 Index Art by title 96 Index Speakers by name 98 Colofon 100 Partners 102
Welcome to InScience
Welcome to InScience 2015 Last year, the InScience â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Dutch International Science Film Festival was still only an idea. Now, we have a festival where more than fifty films will be screened, where over two hundred scientists, directors and producers from all over the world will meet to talk about the world of film and science, and more than twenty artists will explore the relationship between art and science in their work. InScience is a meeting platform for the public, film, science, art and the business sector. Visitors can judge whether the first edition of InScience has what it takes to become an annual tradition. We hope that many catalogues will follow. Johan van de Woestijne InScience Director
Practical Information —
InScience – Dutch International Science Film Festival welcomes journalists, media representatives and film professionals to attend our festival. Film professionals and press can apply for a free guest pass or press pass. The pass will give you free access to the majority of the program. Please note that you will have to get a ticket in advance at the box office.
Our Industry desk is located at the box office of LUX Nijmegen. When you arrive this is where you pick up your accreditation. We look forward welcoming you and provide you with all the information you need during your stay at the festival. Here you also find a message board with the latest information regarding schedule changes. Opening hours Industry Desk: Wednesday 4 November: 19:00 – 23:00 Thursday 5 November: 10:30 – 23:00 Friday 6 November: 10:30 – 22:45 Saturday 7 November: 10:00 – 23:00 Sunday 8 November: 09:30 – 21:15
Tickets are available online via www.insciencefestival.nl and www.lux-nijmegen.nl or can be purchased at the LUX ticket counter. Tickets can also be reserved by phone during the ticket counter opening hours by calling 024-3816859. Please note: all reserved tickets must be picked up no later than half an hour in advance of the programme. Film Film Student / CJP card Film block Thurs + Fri before 18:00
€9 €7.50 €7.50
Passe-partout Day pass – Thurs or Fri Day pass – Sat or Sun Weekend pass – Sat and Sun
€20 €25 €40
Lectures Regular price €5 Student / CJP card
You can visit the following programme components for free: DIY Lab (reservations can be made at ticket counter), Exhibition, Experiments, Meet the Expert, Talk Show Around the Table with InScience 6
Festival locations: - LUX Nijmegen, Mariënburg 38-39 - Huis van de Nijmeegse Geschiedenis Mariënburgkapel, Mariënburg 26 - Mariënburgplein
Opening hours: Ticket counter 10:30 - 22:15 (Thurs) 10:30 - 22:30 (Fri, Sat) 09:30 - 22:15 (Sun)
Food and drink LUX Café Mariënburgkapel
09:00 - 01:00 (Thurs, Sun) | 09:00 -02:00 (Fri, Sat) 12:30 - 23:00 (Thurs, Sun) | 12:30 - 01:00 (Fri, Sat)
Exhibition LUX Café Mariënburgkapel Mariënburgplein
10:30 - 01:00 (Wed 19:00 - 01:00) 10:30 - 23:00 10:30 - 23:00 (Wed 19:00 - 23:00)
11: 00 - 21:00
Ambassadors — ROBBERT DIJKGRAAF, DAAN ROOSEGAARDE AND ROB VAN HATTUM ARE THE AMBASSADORS OF INSCIENCE - DUTCH INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE FILM FESTIVAL.
Robbert Dijkgraaf is Director and Leon Levy Professor of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. The Institute is one of the world’s leading centers for theoretical research and intellectual inquiry and exists to encourage and support fundamental research in the sciences and humanities. Dijkgraaf is a mathematical physicist who has made significant contributions to string theory and to the advancement of science education. He is Past President of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences and Co-Chair of the InterAcademy Council, the global alliance of academies of sciences advising the United Nations and other international organizations. Dijkgraaf is a distinguished public policy adviser and passionate advocate for science and the arts. Many of his activities are at the interface between science and society. For his contributions to science and his leadership and outreach in science education and public policy, Dijkgraaf was awarded the Spinoza Prize, the highest scientific award in the Netherlands, in 2003.
Dutch artist and innovator Daan Roosegaarde (1979) is a former student of the Academy for Art and Industry Enschede and the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam. Roosegaarde is internationally known for creating social designs exploring the relation between people, technology and space. Based in the Netherlands and Shanghai, Studio Roosegaarde is the social design lab with his team of designers and engineers. With projects ranging from fashion to architecture, his interactive designs such as Dune, Smart Highway and Waterlicht are tactile high-tech environments in which viewer and space become one. Roosegaarde has won the INDEX Design Award, the World Technology Award, two Dutch Design Awards, the Charlotte Köhler Award, and China’s Most Successful Design Award. He has been the focus of exhibitions at the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Tate Modern, Tokyo National Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, and various public spaces in Rotterdam and Hong Kong.
Rob van Hattum
Rob van Hattum is working as a Science filmmaker and editor in chief for the VPRO, a Dutch public broadcaster. He is making science programs for more than 30 years. Many of his documentaries have been broadcasted worldwide and received several international awards. He was also presenter of the Dutch National Science Quiz, a highly popular yearly television event. In 2013 he was rewarded the Eureka Award from the Royal Dutch Academy For Arts and Sciences (KNAW) and The Dutch Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) for his lifetime achievement on the dissemination of science under a broad audience. Next to his broadcasting work for VPRO Rob van Hattum is Chief Science Officer of NEMO, the Dutch National Science Center in Amsterdam. Together with the general director Michiel Buchel and his team they succeeded to develop the hands-on Science Center into an inspiring place where families have a day of fun and were they pick up knowledge on science and technology in a process called â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Informal Learningâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. www.e-nemo.nl
Jury & Awards — THE AWARDS + SYMMETRY SUN 8 NOV | 19:00 UUR | LUX 6 THE FILMS SELECTED FOR INSCIENCE WILL PARTICIPATE IN THREE COMPETITIONS. THE AWARDS WILL BE PRESENTED DURING THE LAST DAY OF THE FESTIVAL. THE AWARDS SERVE AS APPRECIATION, RECOGNITION AND ENCOURAGEMENT FOR THE MAKERS.
NTR AUDIENCE AWARD — The NTR Audience Award is given to the filmmaker of the film in the official selection with the highest average vote in the audience poll. The prize is a cheque of €2500.
STUDENT JURY AWARD — The Student Jury award will be awarded to the best film, according to the Student Jury. This jury exists of students from local and regional high schools and universities. The prize is a cheque of €500.
YOUTH JURY AWARD — The Youth Jury grants the Youth Jury Award. This Youth Jury exists of students from local and regional middle schools. The prize is a cheque of €500.
Expert meetings — EXPERT MEETINGS HAVE BEEN SCHEDULED FOR EXPERTS IN DIFFERENT DISCIPLINES AS FORUMS FOR REFLECTING ON CURRENT ISSUES.
THURSDAY 5 NOVEMBER | 16:00 | SYNTHONZAAL | 90 MIN | INVITATION ONLY
FRIDAY 6 NOVEMBER | 16:00 | LANGUAGE: ENGLISH | INVITATION ONLY
Join psychologist Ap Dijksterhuis of Radboud University, in his quest to understand happiness. This energetic and very humorous presentation examines the interconnections between modern psychology and neuroscience and classical Western and Eastern philosophy. The presentation examines mindfulness, running through free will on up to the consumption ideal. Along the way, Dijksterhuis explains how we can find happiness. And who doesn’t want to be happy?
The Society of Arts of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) and Radboud University’s Culture on Campus have launched a collaboration on the Wunderkammer project in the 2015-2016 academic year between students in the ArtEZ Honours Programme and the Radboud University Honours Academy. This project’s goal is to encourage cooperation and interaction between the arts and sciences via the concept of the Wunderkammer. How does the Wunderkammer, in which curiosities from across the globe have been collected and displayed since the 16th century, apply to the way knowledge can be obtained today? The process of collection, which lies at the heart of the Wunderkammer, may also be relevant to the practices of contemporary scientists and artists. Working in the scope of this joint project, students will have the opportunity to research the role of imagination and curiosity in gaining knowledge and broadening perspectives. www.knaw.nl www.cultuuropdecampus.nl www.artez.nl www.ru.nl
The perfect match between art and science?
FRIDAY 6 NOVEMBER | 16:00 | SYNTHONZAAL | 90 MIN | LANGUAGE: ENGLISH | FREE OF CHARGE, RESERVATION REQUIRED BOX OFFICE LUX
SATURDAY 7 NOVEMBER | 09:30 | SYNTHONZAAL | LANGUAGE: ENGLISH | REGISTRATION REQUIRED INFO@INSCIENCEFESTIVAL.NL
What’s the perfect match between art and science?
The names for this phenomenon run the gamut from serious gaming to applied gaming, educational games and clinical games. However, regardless of the name, ‘games with a purpose’ are all the rage. In this expert meeting, developers, scientists, designers, teachers, and clinicians in the serious gaming industry will meet to play and discuss the latest serious games. The goal is to connect all players in this rich and interdisciplinary field. This will enable them to help each other out where needed and forge lasting connections - all with a view to expanding and developing the practice and scientific study of serious games. Organised by Frank Leoné (Marbelous Minds), Ruben Kwaaitaal (Gamestad.co), and Ken Koontz (Radboud University)
InScience, the Society of Arts, The Young Academy from KNAW an the Council for Culture explore the relation between science and art. Thosr two flirt with each other more and more. Artists are inspired by the newest discoveries and vice-versa scientists’ creative thinking process is stimulated by artists. The Society of Arts and The Young Academy are currently working on a dating website where artists and scientists can find collaboration partners. How is collaboration established? When is it successful? And most of all: what is the secret to a perfect match? Host Jeroen Bartelse, General Secretary of the Council for Culture, will lead the discussion addressing these questions. Joining him will be experts from both worlds, the creators of the new website and, of course, the initiators.
InScience education — INSCIENCE AIMS TO EXCITE CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS ABOUT FILM AND SCIENCE IN AN ACCESSIBLE AND ATTRACTIVE WAY. WE ENCOURAGE THE ACQUISITION OF AN INQUISITIVE AND CURIOUS OUTLOOK FROM A YOUNG AGE, AS THIS CONTRIBUTES GREATLY TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF A BROAD, CRITICAL WORLDVIEW. THESE ELEMENTS ARE ALSO AT THE FOUNDATION OF BOTH ART AND SCIENCE.
Programme for schools In cooperation with NXP, InScience offers an educational programme aimed at primary, secondary, and intermediate vocational education. Additional activities are aimed at teachers and other educational professionals. Classes can visit the InScience educational programme on school days before and during the festival. A visit consists of a film screening and subsequently, an analytical conversation. In these talks, art and science professionals join to engage the film’s (scientific) themes, talk to pu-
INSIDE OUT — + talk about the functioning of memory and emotions in the minds of children and young adults / talk about depictions of emotions in animation movies. Speakers: animator and/or neuropsychologist / developmental psychologist.
pils, and answer their questions. The visit can be prepared and digested in class using teaching materials, which cover both the visit and viewing techniques, as well as the film’s themes and content. Over 800 pupils from several schools in Nijmegen and the immediate vicinity will attend InScience 2015. The films selected for the educational programme are:
‘LIGHT’ SHORTS PROGRAM (5 SHORTS) —
IK BEN ALICE
1. Luminaris 2. Le Secret des Glaces 3. Brilliant Darkness: Hotaru in the night 4. 1001 Inventions and the Library of Secrets 5. Mr Hublot + talk about light (as a phenomenon) and the use of light in films. Speakers: a film teacher and/ or a theoretical physicist.
SAVING MES AYNAK —
+ talk about robotics and robots in healthc
+ talk about archaeology and international relation
Speakers: a film teacher and/ or a philosopher-researcher in the field of cognitive science.
Speakers: film teacher and/or a specialist in Buddha images and eastern religions.
InScience education â&#x20AC;&#x201D; Masterclass Inquiry-Based Learning
FRI 06 NOV | 15.30-18.00 | LUX 2
The Science Hub Radboud University (Wetenschapsknooppunt) and InScience will organise a seminar for primary school teachers (6th grade and higher) aimed at an enquiry-based learning didactical method. The programme consists of three elements: theory, practical examples & teaching aids, and discussion & dialogue. Several elements of the research process (by pupils) will be highlighted and discussed together. For example, the seminar will cover formulating a research question and guiding pupils during this process. This seminar provides teachers and other educational professionals with tools to get started with enquiry-based learning and to anchor science and technology in the curriculum.
The Youth Jury is also a part of the educational programme. Five pupils (aged 14-18) will view specially selected films from the InScience year programme, go behind the scenes, meet (science and art) professionals, and participate in workshops. During InScience, they are tasked with selecting the winner of the Youth Jury Award 2015 and presenting the award during the show.
InScience education — INSCIENCE ALSO INCLUDES FUN FOR JUNIOR SCIENTISTS. KIDS CAN TAKE PART IN THE JUNIOR SCIENCE QUIZ, OR HEAR ALL ABOUT THE UNIVERSE AND BLACK HOLES DURING DIEDERIK ROEST’S SPECIAL LECTURE.
Junior Big Ideas Black Holes do Exist!
Junior Science Quiz
(IN COOPERATION WITH MYSTERY X)
SUNDAY 8 NOVEMBER | 12:00 |SYNTHONZAAL AGES 9 – 12 | 120 MIN
SUNDAY 8 NOVEMBER | 16:00
For curious kids who are fascinated by science, InScience presents the Junior Science Quiz 2015. Swing by and test your skills in this amazing science quiz with hands-on research, exciting experiments and fun films!
Have you always wondered why there are seasons? Did you know there’s a gaping black hole in the middle of the Milky Way? And how does that affect earth’s seasons? Meet your host of Junior Big Ideas, physicist Diederik Roest of the University of Groningen. Diederik will tell you all about the seasons, the Earth, the Milky Way and the universe. Besides that he will answer questions young science enthusiasts in the audience might have. Philosopher Maite Tjon A Hie is the moderator.
Inside Out RONALDO DEL CARMEN & PETE DOCTOR ANIMATION | UNITED STATES | 94 MIN | 2015
Like the rest of us, Riley lets her emotions guide her: pleasure, fear, anger, hatred and sadness. Riley’s emotions occupy Headquarters, the command post in her head, where they advise her in her daily activities. However, when Riley moves to San Francisco, all hell breaks loose at Headquarters. The Dutch version of Inside Out (called Binnenstebuiten) will be shown at the festival. Production: Jonas Rivera / Script: Pete Doctor, Josh Cooley, Meg LeFauve / Editing: Kevin Nolting / Music: Michael Giacchino / Sound: Ren Klyce / Voice-actors: Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Bill Hader, Lewis Black, Mindy Kaling Filmography: Winter (1988); Next Door (1990); Monster’s Inc. (2001); Mike’s New Car (2002); Up (2009) Contact: The Walt Disney Company Benelux: Jasper Mooibroek: email@example.com Speakers: Marloes Henckens - Neuro scientist, Donders Institute Radboud University Job van den Hurk - Neuro scientist, University of Maastricht
The educational programme of InScience is organised by NXP www.nxp.com 19
FILM | Annual programme — WHEN WE STARTED WORKING ON THE FIRST EDITION OF INSCIENCE - DUTCH INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE FILM FESTIVAL LESS THAN A YEAR AGO, WE NEEDED TO ASK OURSELVES ONE IMPORTANT QUESTION: WHAT IS A SCIENCEFILM? AS A FILM FESTIVAL DEDICATED TO SCIENCE DIDN’T EXIST YET IN THE BENELUX WE STARTED LOOKING FOR THE ANSWERS TO THIS QUESTION. AFTER MANY CONVERSATIONS AND, OF COURSE, AFTER WATCHING MANY FILMS, WE NOW HAVE A FESTIVAL THAT PRESENTS THE BEST SCIENCEFILMS MADE IN 2014-2015. THOUGH OUR AMIBITIONS WERE HIGH, WE NEVER COULD HAVE DREAMED THAT WE WOULD BE ABLE TO PRESENT TO YOU SUCH A RICH PROGRAM OF FILMS THAT SHOW SCIENCE IN THE BROADEST SENSE. THE SELECTION COMMISSION WATCHED MORE THAN 300 FILMS OF WHICH 33 WERE SELECTED FOR THIS YEARS COMPETITION PROGRAM. THE PROGRAM, WITH 17 DUTCH PREMIÈRES, CONSISTS OF A WIDE VARIETY OF FEATURE FILMS, DOCUMENTARIES, SHORTS AND ANIMATIONFILMS. WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE THAT HELPED US WITH THE FIRST EDITION OF INSCIENCE. JUST LIKE SCIENCE AND FILM DO, INSCIENCE WILL KEEP ASKING QUESTIONS, BECAUSE ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS IS WORTH SO MUCH MORE THAN TRYING TO FIND THE RIGHT ANSWER.
The Creeping Garden
TIM GRABHAM & JASPER SHARP | DOCUMENTARY | UNITED KINGDOM | 82 MIN | 2014 | DUTCH PREMIERE
KYLE RIDEOUT | DRAMA | CANADA | 104 MIN | 2015 DUTCH PREMIERE
Slime mould is the black sheep of biology. While thousands of different slime moulds exist, we know very little about this organism. What we do know is that it is able to survive for long periods of time in hostile environments, patiently waiting for a moment to flourish again. The Creeping Garden puts the humble slime mould in the spotlight.
A stylised psychological drama about the renowned photographer and ‘godfather of the cinema’ Eadweard Muybridge. As a photographer in the pre-cinema era, Muybridge was obsessed with motion. His series of galloping horse images are still familiar to most. However, his obsession with his work had terrible consequences for his marriage. On 17 October 1874, he killed his wife’s lover and was the last American to be acquitted on a verdict of justifiable homicide.
Production: Tim Grabham, Jasper Sharp / Photography: Tim Grabham, Clare Richards, Ben Ellsworth, Tom Swindell / Editing: Tim Grabham / Music: Jim O’Rourke / Sound: Paul Pascoe
Production: Josh Epstein / Script: Kyle Rideout, Josh Epstein / Photography: Tony Mirza / Editing: Elisabeth Olga Tremblay / Music: Anna Atkinson / Sound: Miguel Nunes / Actors: Michael Eklund, Sara Canning, Christopher Heyerdahl, Charlie Carrick, Jodi Balfour
Filmography: KanZeOn (Tim Grabham, 2011). Contact: Tim Grabham & Jasper Sharp: firstname.lastname@example.org
Filmography: Hop the Twig, Wait for the Rain (2011) Speakers Peter van Haastert - Cell Biochemist, University of Groningen Wim Noorduin - Leader of the Self Organizing Matter Group, AMOLF Jasper Sharp - Filmmaker
Contact: Josh Epstein: email@example.com Speakers Lies Bruines - Filmprogrammer InScience Daisy van de Zande - Cultural Studies, Utrecht University
The Empire of Scents
KIM NGUYEN | DOCUMENTARY | CANADA 84 MIN | 2015
STEPHANE HOREL | DOCUMENTARY | FRANCE 52 MIN | 2014
Our sense of smell stirs our desire, enriches our lives and moves us deeply. Scent prompts us to act, without us being consciously aware of it. This documentary, filmed in five countries, will take you on the ultimate quest through the realm of scents. It is a journey that combines beauty and taste with moments of pure poetry. Director Kim Nguyen was previously nominated for an Oscar for his feature film Rebelle.
They are found in plastic bottles, toys, cosmetics, cleaning products and pesticides, but no one seems to care all that much. Endocrination reveals why chemicals that affect our endocrine system have not yet been banished from our daily lives. The film is the result of eighteen months of research and shows how easily European institutions are swayed by the influences of the business sector.
Producer: Lucie Tremblay / Photography: Nicolas Fransolet / Editing: Vidal Béïque / Music: Troublemakers & Apollo Studios / Sound: Arnaud Derimay / Featured scientists: Rachel Herz, Ron Winnegrad, Christopher Kemp
Production: Matthieu Belghiti / Script: Stephane Horel / Photography: Raphaël O’Byrne / Editing: Bruno Barwise / Music: Adrien Françoise / Sound: Adrien Françoise / Featured scientist: Andreas Kortenkamp
Filmography: Le Marais (2002), Truffle (2008), City of Shadows (2010), War Witch (2011)
Filmography: resistants.com (2009), Les Médicamenteurs (2011), Zambie: à qui profite le cuivre (2011), La Grande Invasion (2012), Les Alimenteurs (2014)
Contact: Films Transit International: John Nadai: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Whatsup Films: Stephane Horel, Pauline Bataille: email@example.com
Speakers: Kim Nguyen - Director Carlijn Stevens - Fine Artist Teun van Laake - Programme maker, InScience (moderator) Meike van Zandvoort - Filmprogrammer, InScience (moderator)
Speakers: Lucien Hordijk - Journalist, De Correspondent Joszi Smeets - Director, Youth Food Movement Rob van den Bergh - Filmprogrammer, InScience (moderator) Derk Venema - Assistant professor Philosophy of Law, Radboud University (moderator)
ALEX GARLAND | SCIENCE FICTION UNITED KINGDOM | 108 MIN | 2015
MICHAEL ALMEREYDA | DRAMA | UNITED STATES 98 MIN | 2015
Intense psychological thriller about a love triangle between two men and a beautiful female A.I. A young programmer tests the consciousness of the intelligent robot AVA, but AVA appears smarter than expected. Who will win this game?
Cinematic biography about Stanley Milgram, whose behavioural studies on obedience to authority are among the most notorious and influential in the history of social psychology. Participants in his experiment assumed the role of a teacher and administered electric shocks to pupils whenever they gave incorrect answers. This controversial study had a major impact on Milgrams further career.
Production: Andrew Macdonald, Allon Reich / Script: Alex Garland / Photography: Rob Hardy / Editing: Mark Day / Music: Ben Salisbury, Geoff Barrow / Sound: Niv Adiri, Ben Barker/ Actors: Alicia Vikander, Domnhall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac
Production: Fabio Golombek, Danny A. Abeckaser, Per Melita, Isen Robbins, Aimee Schoof, Uri Singer, Michael Almereyda / Script: Michael Almereyda / Photography: Ryan Samul / Editing: Kathryn J. Schubert / Music: Bryan Senti / Actors: Peter Sarsgaard, Winona Ryder, Anton Yelchin, Dennis Haysbert, Anthony Edwards
Filmography: Debute film. Contact: NBC Universal: AndrĂŠ-Marc van der Wulp: firstname.lastname@example.org
Filmography: Twister (1989); Another Girl Another Planet (1992); Nadja (1994); Hamlet (2000); Cymbeline (2014)
Speakers Anco Peeters - Philosopher and master student Artificial Intelligence, Radboud University, InScience
Contact: F.J. Productions: Fabio Golombek: email@example.com Speakers: Judith Martens - Philosopher and Social Psychologist, Ruhr-UniversitĂ¤t Bochum Katie Verest - Programme maker, Radboud Reflects (moderator) Carli Coenen - Phd student Philosophy, Open University, Radboud University (moderator)
PAUL GALLASCH | DOCUMENTARY | AUSTRALIA | 15 MIN | 2014 Have you ever thought about excrement as medicine? In Fecal Matters, various scientists and patients speak about the revolutionary effect of transplanting another healthy person’s stool. The first fecal transplants have been performed and expectations are high. Antibiotics are on their way out and this ‘brown gold’ seems to have a wide range of applications. Production: Paul Gallasch, Katie Powell / Photography: Paul Gallasch, Katie Powell, Fransesca Pagani, Mark Anderson, Michael Lennon, Marco Miceli / Editing: Paul Gallacsh / Music: Lachlan Wilson / Sound desing: Paul Gallasch, Katie Powell, Bianca Zanini / Featured scientists: Lawrence Brandt, Jane Andrews, Willem M. de Vos, Josbert Keller, Els van Nood, Thomas Borody. Filmography: Killing Anna (2011) Contact: Paul Gallasch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Seeing the Invisible
SHARON SHATTUCK & FLORA LICHTMAN | ANIMATION | UNITED STATES | 6 MIN | 2014 This animated short tells the story of Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, a scientist who developed microscopes that where far superior to the existing ones in the 16th century. With them he discovered many microbiological lifeforms. Production: Sharon Shattuck, Flora Lichtman / Photography: Daniel Cowen / Editing: Sharon Shattuck, Flora Lichtman / Music: Sarah Lipstate Filmography: Parasites: A User’s Guide (Shattuck, 2010), Whale Fall (After Life of a Whale) (Shattuck & Lichtman, 2012); The Animated Life of A.R. Wallace (Shattuck & Lichtman, 2013); Animated Life: Pangea (Shattuck & Lichtman, 2015), From This Day Forward (Shattuck, 2015) Contact: Flora Lichtman: email@example.com Speakers: Lisa Doeland - Philosopher, Radboud Reflects, InScience Paul Gallasch - Director Jop de Vrieze - Science journalist Inge Mutsaers - philosopher, biologist and journalist, De Correspondent
MARCUS VETTER & KARIN STEINBERGER | DOCUMENTARY GERMANY | 98 MIN | 2014
PERNILLE ROSE GRØNKJÆR | DOCUMENTARY | DENMARK 52 MIN | 2014
A fast-paced documentary about entrepreneur Martin Armstrong. Armstrong says he can predict the global economy using a self-designed model. His previous predictions were eerily accurate and earned him a great deal of money, but also many enemies. One day the FBI storms his offices and he lands in prison.
Genetic Me brings the familiar nature-nurture debate to a personal level. Journalist Lone Frank is concerned about her personality. She embarks on a trip to find out if she can change her personality. She meets scientists who have different views on how our characters are formed. But what can we do to change ourselves?
Producer: Markus Vetter, Ulli Pfau / Script: Markus Vetter, Karin Steinberger / Photography: Georg Zengerling: Editing: Markus Vetter / Music: Jens Ole Huerkamp, Sven Kaiser / Sound: Aljoscha Haupt, Lena Zagikyan / Featuring: Martin Armstrong
Production: Jesper Eugen-Olsen, Bjørn Vidø, Lone Frank / Script: Lone Frank / Photography: Pernille Rose Grønkjær, Jesper EugenOlsen, Bjørn Vidø, Thomas Gerhardt, Jacob Kusk, Talib Rasmussen / Editing: Kasper Leick / Music: Jørgen Lauritsen / Sound: Johan A. Høyer / Featured scientists: James Fallon, Ahmed Hariri, Robert Plomin, Jay Belski, Daniel Nettle / Featuring: Lone Frank
Filmography: Hunger (Markus Vetter & Karin Steinberger, 2009), Der Tunnel (Vetter, 2009), Broadway Bruchsal (Vetter, 2001), Mein Vater, der Türke (Vetter, 2006), Das Herz von Jenin (Vetter, 2008)
Filmography: TV Glad (2003); The Monastery: Mr. Vig and the Nun (2006); Love Addict (2011); The House Inside Her (2011) Contact: Kim Christiansen: firstname.lastname@example.org & Danish Documentary: Maria Bülow Bach: email@example.com
Contact: Autlook Filmsales: Youn Ji: firstname.lastname@example.org Speakers: Floris Heukelom - Assistant professor Economics and Business Economics, Radboud University Eelke de Jong - Full professor Economics and Business Economics, Radboud University Katie Verest - Programme maker, Radboud Reflects (moderator) Derk Venema - Assistant professor Philosophy of Law, Radboud University (moderator)
Speakers: Han Brunner - Full rofessor Medical Genetics, Radboud University Medical Centre Joris Veltman- Full professor Translational Genomics, Radboud University Medical Centre Amade M’Charek - Full professor Anthropology of Science, University of Amsterdam Lisa Doeland - Philosopher, programme maker, Radboud Reflects (moderator) Wouter Exterkate - Master student of Law, Radboud University (moderator)
Ice and the Sky LUC JACQUET | DOCUMENTARY | FRANCE | 89 MIN 2015 | DUTCH PREMIERE
Oscar-winning director Luc Jacquet (The March of the Penguins) returns to the South Pole to film the adventure of glaciologist Claude Lorius. The documentary tells the story of an extraordinary life, focused on science and adventure. A life dedicated to revealing the hidden secrets of our climate, secrets that lie waiting for us deep in the Antarctic ice. Production: Richard Grandpierre / Photography: Stéphane Martin / Editing: Stéphane Mazalaigue / Music: Cyrille Aufort / Sound: Samy Bardet, François Fayard / Voice-over: Michel Papineschi / Featured scientist: Claude Lorius Filmography: La marche de l’empereur (2005); Le Renard et l’Enfant (2007); Il était une forêt (2013) Contact: Wild Touch: Melanie Gardie: email@example.com & Cinemien: Annemiek de Jong: firstname.lastname@example.org Speakers: Heleen de Coninck - Associate professor Environmental Science, Radboud University Stefan Ligtenberg - Postdoctoral researcher Polar Meteorology and Glaciology , Utrecht University Udo Prinsen - Photographer, artist Niels Stoffels - Archaeologist (moderator) Maite Tjon A Hie - Philosopher, ARTEZ (moderator)
Ik ben Alice
SANDER BURGER | DOCUMENTARY | THE NETHERLANDS | 80 MIN | 2014 Can a robot build a human connection with someone and replace a person of flesh and blood? In this sympathetic documentary, three elderly ladies receive visits from care robot Alice. They are sceptical about this machine. Will the women grow to trust Alice? Production: Janneke Doolaard / Photography: Sal Kroonenberg / Editing: Manuel Rombley / Music: Jeroen Arts / Sound: Taco Drijfhout, Gideon Bijlsma, Hein Verhoeven, Jan Schermer Filmography: On Waterloo (2003), Koen! (2004), Olivier Etc. (2006), Hunting & Zn (2010), Geraakt (2014) Contact: Keyfilms: ChloĂŤ Latoel: email@example.com - (0031)204222607
Once Upon a Blue Moon
STEVE BOOT | ANIMATION | UNITED KINGDOM | 3 MIN | 2015 A blue creature lives alone on the Moon, until a rocket with a robot arrives. The robot has been instructed to photograph rocks, but the alien wants to play with him. Production: Pauline Kelly, Chris Bowden / Photography: Pauline Kelly, John Duffy / Editing: Tim Owen, Mark Wharton / Music: Jasper Wilkinson Filmography: Debute film. Contact: Mackinnon and Saunders: Ellie Mann: firstname.lastname@example.org Speakers: Marian Adriaansen - Lector Innovation in Care, HAN University of Applied Sciences Sander Burger- Director Pim Haselager - Associate professor Artificial Intelligence, Donders Institute Radboud University Mike Ligthart - Master student Artificial Intelligence, Radboud University Elianne Keulemans - Head, Radboud Reflects (moderator) Anco Peeters - Master student philosophy and Artificial Intelligence, Radboud University; programme maker, InScience (moderator) 29
Is the Man Who is Tall Happy?
JASON SUSSBERG & DAVID ALVARADO | DOCUMENTARY | UNITED KINGDOM, UNITED STATES, INDIA 78 MIN | 2014 | DUTCH PREMIERE
MICHEL GONDRY | DOCUMENTARY | FRANCE | 90 MIN | 2013 | PREMIERE BEFORE DUTCH RELEASE
Bill Andrews and Aubrey de Grey are two scientists with very different characters but with the same objective: to find a cure for aging. This comical documentary portrays their theories and research, but also gives the audience a glimpse into their personal lives. The result is an engaging character study of two eccentric individuals on a mission to change the world.
Noam Chomsky is one of the most famous and respected linguists and philosophers of our time. In Is the Man Who is Tall Happy?, he is interviewed about language, science and politics by acclaimed director Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind). Gondry captures this stream of thoughts in animations that he draws himself by hand. This playful documentary is a fitting tribute to one of the great free thinkers of our day.
Production: David Alvarado, Jason Sussberg / Script: Jason Sussberg / Photography: David Alvarado / Editing: Annukka Lilja / Music: Eric Andrew Kuhn / Sound: Jason Sussberg / Featured scientists: Bill Andrews, Aubrey de Grey
Production: Michel Gondry, Raffi Adlan, Georges Bermann, Julie Fong / Script: Michel Gondry / Editing: Sophie Reine, Adam M. Weber / Music: Howard Skempton / Sound: Gautier de Faultrier, Suzanne Goldish, Aurélien Guégan, Brent Lestage, Haydée Parcollet / Featured scientist: Noam Chomsky
Filmography: Debute film Contact: The Film Collaborative: Jeffrey Winter: email@example.com – (001) 323) 207-8321
Filmography: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004); The Science of Sleep (2006); Be Kind Rewind (2008); The Green Hornet (2011); L’écume des jours (2013)
Speakers: Trijsje Franssen - Philosopher, University of Amsterdam Pieter Lemmens - Philosopher of Science, Radboud University Inge Mutsaers - philosopher, biologist and journalist, De Correspondent Peter de Jong (moderator) Anco Peeters - Master student Philosophy and Artificial Intelligence, Radboud University; programme maker, InScience (moderator)
Contact: Periscoop film: Wiepko Oosterhuis: firstname.lastname@example.org Speakers: Dana Linssen - Film critic, NRC Handelsblad; chief-editor, Filmkrant Daisy van de Zande - Cultural Studies, University of Utrecht Meike van Zandvoort - Filmprogrammer, InScience (moderator)
The Last Man on the Moon
The Man Who Knew Infinity
MARK CRAIG | DOCUMENTARY | UNITED KINGDOM | 95 MIN 2014 | DUTCH PREMIERE
MATT BROWN | DRAMA | UNITED KINGDOM | 114 MIN | 2015 | DUTCH PREMIERE
Never before have you come so close to such an iconic, historical figure. Apollo astronaut Eugene Cernan was the last man on the moon. Forty years later he tells his personal story. His ambition literally took him to great heights, but he paid a high price for it. Or, as his wife remarked: â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;If you think going to the moon is hard, try staying at home.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;
Something improbable happened in Cambridge during WWI: a young man from India with an extraordinary talent for mathematics was admitted to Cambridge and shook the university to its very foundations with his pioneering formulas. Starring Dev Patel (Slumdog Millionaire) and Oscar winner Jeremy Irons. Producer: Joe Thomas, Jim Young, Sofia Sondervan, Edward R. Pressman, Jon Katz / Script: Matt Brown / Photography: Larry Smith / Editing: JC Bond / Sound: Samir Foco / Actor: Dev Patel, Jeremy Irons, Jeremy Northam, Toby Jones, Stephen Fry
Production: Gareth Dodds, Patrick Mark / Script: Mark Craig / Photography: Tim Cragg / Editing: Dan Haythorn, David Fairhead / Music: Lorne Balfe / Sound: Nick Adams / Featuring: Eugene Cernan
Filmography: Ropewalk (2000) Filmography: Ken Tyrell: Surviving Formula 1 (1999); Jackie Stewart: The Flying Scot (2001); Talk to Me (2006); Graham Hill: Driven (2008); Ball & Chain (2012).
Contact: Deluxe Digital Cinema EMEA: Aimee Pandya: Aimee.Pandya@bydeluxe.com
Contact: MS Productions: Gareth Dodds: email@example.com
Speakers: Johan van Leeuwaarden - Full professor Stochastics, Eindhoven University of Technology Jaron Sanders - PhD student in Mathematics, Eindhoven University of Technology Rob van den Bergh - Filmprogrammer, InScience (moderator) Kiki Kolman - Programme maker, LUX, InScience (moderator)
Speakers Wim van Westrenen - Professor in Planetary Evolution, University Research Chair, University of Amsterdam Lucas Ellerbroek - Astronomer Suzanne Brunner - Programme maker, LUX (moderator) Teun van Laake - Programme maker, InScience (moderator
Most Likely to Succeed
GREG WHITELEY | DOCUMENTARY | UNITED STATES 89 MIN | 2015 | DUTCH PREMIERE
DENNIS MOHR | DOCUMENTARY | SWEDEN, CANADA 52 MIN | 2014
Advances in technology are changing the labour market, but education is lagging behind. Documentary filmmaker Greg Whitely decided to search for a school with an approach that is better suited to today’s information age: High Tech High, a school that offers children classes in innovation, creativity, team work and finding their own voice.
Mugshot investigates the cultural significance of the notorious police mugshot. There is a surprising world hidden behind these photos. Originally, the mugshot was simply a photo used for identification, but in a world without privacy, these mugshots are now also used by sensationalists and artists. Production: Dennis Mohr, Marja Perren / Script: Rob Ruzic / Photography: Andrew Watt / Editing: Rob Ruzic / Music: Bob Wiseman
Production: Greg Whiteley, Adam Ridley, Adam Leibowitz, Daria Lombroso / Script: Greg Whitely / Editing: Adam Ridley, Gabriel Patay / Music: Matthey Lurie, Josh Ethan Johnson / Sound: Nikola Simikic/ Featured scientist: Linda Darling-Hammond
Filmography: Debute film
Filmography: New York Doll (2005); Resolved (2007); Mitt (2014)
Contact: Film Transit International: John Nadai: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: One Potato Productions: Adam Leibowitz: email@example.com
Speakers: Niels Coppes - Art historian and curator photography, Paleis ‘t Loo Henk Hage - Painter Anouska van der Heijden - Pompe Foundation Sanne Willemsen - Artist Daisy van der Zande - Cultural studies, Utrecht University Kasper Bockweg (moderator)
Speakers: Mina Johnson Glenburg - Associate professor Orthopedagogics, Radboud University Stephan Haukes - Director sector VMBO, Montessori College Nijmegen Anne-Marieke van Loon - Associate lecturer of Learning, HAN University of Applied Sciences Frank Leoné - Neuroscientist and founder Marbelous Minds Inge Molenaar - Assistant professor Orthopedagogics, Radboud University Marcel Becker - Associate professor Philosophy of Ethics, Radboud University (moderator) Wouter Exterkate - Master student Law, Radboud University (moderator) 32
Saving Mes Aynak
MARK CRAIG | DOCUMENTARY | UNITED KINGDOM 95 MIN 2014 | DUTCH PREMIERE
BRENT HUFFMAN | DOCUMENTARY | UNITED STATES 60 MIN | 2014
Is there room for creativity and culture in science? In Ghana there is! This inspiring documentary shows how poverty and limited technological capabilities have not stopped Ghanaians from exploring numerous domains of science. In a world of minimal resources, self-development is their only option and low tech is the future.
Mes Aynak was discovered in Afghanistan in the 1960s. The city with two-thousand-year-old Buddhist structures, relics and other priceless treasures is a paradise for archaeologists. When a Chinese mining company intends to demolish the city to make way for its new copper mine, a group of passionate archaeologists try to save what can be saved. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a race against the clock, hampered by miscommunication, financial difficulties and threats from the Taliban
Production: Juul van der Laan / Photography: Juul van der Laan / Editing: Juul van der Laan / Music: Daniel Amponsah/ Featured scientists: Daniel Amponsah, Franic K. Allotey, Francis Momade, Alex Asase, David Millar
Producer: Brent E. Huffman, Zak Piper, Xiaoli Zhou / Script: Brent E. Huffman / Photography: Brent E. Huffman / Editing: Brent E. Huffman / Music: Homayoun Sakhi / Sound: Brent E. Huffman / Featuring: Qadir Temori
Filmography: Debute film
Filmography: What If? (2004); Welcome to Warren (2004); The Weight of the World (2005); Built in Kabul (2005); Syrian Refugees in New York (2012)
Contact: Juul van der Laan: firstname.lastname@example.org â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 0031649080228 Speakers Juul van der Laan - Director Lotte Lentes- Writer, Literair Productiehuis Wintertuin Teun van Laake - Programme maker, InScience (moderator)
Contact: Autlook Filmsales: Youn Ji: email@example.com Speakers: Johan Roos - Writer, Literair Productiehuis Wintertuin Niels Stoffels - Archaeologist Paul van der Velde - Full professor Comparative Religious Studies, Radboud University Evert van der Zweerde - Full professor Practical Philosophy, Radboud University
Short Film: Life — EVERYTHING HAS AN EXPIRATION DATE. FOR FIREFLIES IT IS EVER SO BRIEF, FOR A MOUNTAIN IT IS EONS. THIS SPECIAL PROGRAMME OF SHORT FILMS EXAMINES HOW LIFE EVOLVES, REPAIRS ITSELF OR CREATES SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW. THESE FILMS ARE THEREFORE MUCH LIKE LIFE ITSELF: SHORT, RESILIENT AND LIVELY.
Animated Life Pangea
The Weight of the Mountains
Brilliant Darkness: Hotaru in the Night
SHARON SHATTUCK & FLORA LICHTMAN | ANIMATION | UNITED STATES1 7 MIN | 2015
TEMUJIN DORAN DOCUMENTARY | ICELAND 12 MIN | 2014
EMILY DRISCOLL DOCUMENTARY | UNITED STATES, JAPAN | 12 MIN | 2015
This animated short tells the story of Alfred Wegener. He was a meteorologist who invented the theory that the Earth consists of moving plates, but he wasn’t taken seriously because he wasn’t a geologist.
Mountains are great wonders of nature With magnificent camerawork and a voice-over we see the ways they are shaped and even how the mountains die. It becomes a meditative tale about mountains as living beings.
This short documentary shows us the beauty of fireflies. Sadly, these beetles and their lights are slowly dying out. A group of scientists tries to find out what causes this.
Production: Sharon Shattuck, Flora Lichtman / Photography: Olga Abramson / Music: Sarah Lipstate
Production: Temujin Doran
Filmography: Parasites: A User’s Guide (Shattuck, 2010), Whale Fall (After Life of a Whale) (Shattuck & Lichtman, 2012); The Animated Life of A.R. Wallace (Shattuck & Lichtman, 2013); Seeing the Invisible (Shattuck & Lichtman, 2014), From This Day Forward (Shattuck, 2015)
Filmography: Facts About Projection; The Adventures of a Cardboard Box; Living On Ice; North; Obey Contact: Temujin Doran: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Flora Lichtman: email@example.com
Production: Emily Driscoll, Misa Kimura, James Karl Fischer/ Script: Emily Driscoll/ Photography: Fumio Sakuma / Editing: Jon Foy / Music: Jon Foy / Sound: Takuji Hattori / Featured scientists: Marc Branham, James Karl Fischer, James Lloyd, Nobuyoshi Ohba Filmography: BUGGED: The Race to Eradicate the Asian Lonhorned Beetle (2010), ShellShocked: Saving Oysters to Save Ourselves (2011), Masterpiece in a Mill Town (2013), Invisible Ocean: Plankton & Plastic (2014), Light of the Genji (2015) Contact: Emily Driscoll: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Animated Life of A.R. Wallace
MADISON MCCLINTOCK DOCUMENTARY | UNITED STATES 13 MIN | 2014
SHARON SHATTUCK & FLORA LICHTMAN ANIMATION | UNITED STATES 8 MIN | 2015
In the United States, mushrooms are mostly seen as weird or dangerous and definitely not as something to eat. A group of fungi enthusiasts, better known as fungiphiles, are trying to change this view. In this short and sweet documentary they show various ways to appreciate and use the fungus.
An animated short about Arthur Russell Wallace, a biologist and explorer whose ideas about natural selection and evolution arrived at the same time as Darwin’s, but who received less recognition for them.
Production: Madison McClintock / Script: Madison McClintock / Photography: Madison McClintock / Editing: Madison McClintock / Music: Chase Hanebrink, Nick Stein / Sound: Madison McClintock Filmography: A Decay of Control (2015) Contact: Madison McClintock: email@example.com
Production: Sharon Shattuck, Flora Lichtman / Script: Sharon Shattuck, Floria Lichtman / Photography: Artem Agafonov / Editing: Sharon Shattuck, Flora Lichtman / Sound: Sarah Lipstate / Voice actors: George Beccaloni, Andrew Berry Filmography: Parasites: A User’s Guide (Shattuck, 2010), Whale Fall (After Life of a Whale) (Shattuck & Lichtman, 2012); Seeing the Invisible (Shattuck & Lichtman, 2014), Animated Life: pangea (Shattuck & Lichtman, 2015); From This Day Forward (Shattuck, 2015) Contact: Flora Lichtman: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sleepless in New York CHRISTIAN FREI | DOCUMENTARY | SWITZERLAND | 91 MIN | 2014
Heartbreak affects us all. But why are our feelings about lost loves so strong? Anthropologist Helen Fisher tries to find out why and follows three New Yorkers forced to deal with breakups. Sleepless in New York is both an informative documentary as well as a touching look at heartbreak. Production: Christian Frei / Script: Christian Frei / Photography: Peter Indergand / Editing: Christian Frei / Music: Eleni Karaindrou, Giya Kancheli / Sound: Judy Karp / Featured scientist: Helen Fisher Filmography: Ricardio, Miriam y Fidel (1997); Bollywood im Alpenrausch (2000); War Photographer (2001); The Giant Buddhas (2005); Space Tourists (2009) Filmography: Debute film Contact: Films Transit International: John Nadai: email@example.com Speakers: Job van den Hurk - Phd student in neuroscience, Maastricht University, Catholic University Leuven; Director, BrainMatters Tila Pronk - Assistent professor Social Psychology, Tilburg University Harrie Vorst - Psychologist, University of Amsterdam Teun van Laake - Programme maker, InScience (moderator)
Solar Impulse Across America
The Artificial Leaf
ERIC BEAUFILS | DOCUMENTARY | FRANCE | 52 MIN | 2015 | DUTCH PREMIERE
JARED P. SCOTT | DOCUMENTARY | UNITED STATES | 4 MIN | 2013
Solar Impulse is the first plane to fly fully on solar power. The first big test is a flight across America, from the west coast to the east coast. In this exciting documentary, we follow the two enthusiastic pilots on their pioneering flight.
Scientist Dan Nocera has found a way to create and store endless sources of energy based on a method that’s over a billion years old: like photosynthesis in leaves, using water and light. Production: Kelly Nyks, Jared P. Scott / Photography: Rob Featherstone / Editing: Jared P. Scott / Music: Malcolm Francis / Sound: N.G. Poholchuk / Featured scientist: Dan Nocera
Production: Stéphane Milliere, Aline Gripon / Photography: Cyrille Renaux / Editing: Eric Beaufils / Music: Stéphane Peyrot / Sound: Benoît Héry / Featuring: Bertrand Piccard, Gregory Blatt, André Borschberg
Filmography: Do the Math (2013); Money Is Material (2013); Impossible (2014); Disruption (2014); Requiem for the American Dream (2015)
Filmography: Debute film
Contact: PF Pictures: Kelly Nyks: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Gedeon Programmes: Laurence Corre: email@example.com - 01 55 25 59 24
Speakers Jurian Rademaker - Director, Qconcepts; advisor HAN Solar Boat Ad van Wijk -Entrepreneur sustainable energy, full professor Future Energy Systems, TU delft John Schermer - Assistant professor Applied Materials Science, Radboud University Lisa Doeland - Philosopher, Programme maker, Radboud Reflects, InScience (moderator) Dave Willems - Philosopher, Scientist, Programme maker, Radboud Reflects (moderator)
The Speed of Light
MELS VAN ZUTPHEN | EXPERIMENTAL | THE NETHERLANDS | 25 MIN | 2015 In 2011, the OPERA experiment reported that neutrinos had travelled faster than the speed of light from CERN in Switzerland to Gran Sasso in Italy. Visual artist Mels van Zutphen was inspired by this and set out on this same journey by car. Instead of 0.0024 seconds, he did it in 12 days. The film is a travelogue with hypnotic images played back at different speeds. Production: Mels van Zutphen / Sound: Charly van Rest Filmography: Wetenschap, de stand van zaken (1995); In de bergen, in de sneeuw (1999); Etna (2006); Multiple Universe (2007); Electric Yellow (2013) Contact: Mels van Zutphen: firstname.lastname@example.org - +31 6 4382 6655
The World of the Very Small
PÉTER AKAR | DOCUMENTARY | HUNGARY, UNITED KINGDOM | 30 MIN | 2015 The world of quantum mechanics is the world of the infinitesimally small and of high science. This documentary shows it is also the world of our everyday lives. The film features several young quantum physicists from Imperial College in London, passionately talking about their profession. Production: Péter Akar / Photography: Péter Akar / Editing: Yann Hackmann / Music: Lyndon Holland / Sound: Neo Alcimar Peterson Filmography: Building Nr6 (2011), Sing Your Heart Out (2014), Lost in Transition (2014) Contact: email@example.com - +447766434510 Speakers: James Ryan - Researcher Theoretical High Energy Physics, Radboud University Dave Willems - Philosopher, Scientist, Programme maker, Radboud Reflects (moderator)
The Stanford Prison Experiment
ROBIN LUTZ | DOCUDRAMA | THE NETHERLANDS 87 MIN| 2015
KYLE PATRICK ALVAREZ | DRAMA | UNITED STATES 122 MIN | 2015 | DUTCH PREMIERE
This original film uses a unique mix of documentary, feature film and animation techniques to tell the story of the renowned Dutch philosopher Baruch Spinoza and his lasting influence. His life is re-enacted in dramatised scenes, but his contemporary significance is shown in a documentary style. In this way, this gripping film reveals the unremitting strength of Spinoza in all its glory.
Intense film adaption (Sundance winner) of the controversial experiment that Stanford professor Philip Zimbardo conducted in 1972 with his students. The students were divided into prisoners and guards. The experiment was meant to last two weeks, but soon got out of hand. With its impressive star cast, including Billy Crudup as Zimbardo, director Kyle Patrick Alvarez delivers a haunting film about the corrupting role of power that will leave you with goose bumps.
Producer: Robin Lutz / Script: Rob de Barbanson, Robin Lutz / Photography: Robin Lutz / Editing: AndrĂŠ Bijma / Sound: Louis Zarli / Actor: Rowin Prins / Voice-actor: Robin Lutz / Featured scientists: Wiep van Bunge, Peter Hagoort, Vincent Icke
Production: Tim Talbott, Christopher McQuarrie, Lauren Bratman, Lizzie Friedman, Karen Lauder, Greg Little / Script: Tim Talbott / Photography: Jas Shelton / Music: Andrew Hewitt / Sound: Matyn Zub / Actors: Ezra Miller, Billy Crudup, Michael Angarano, Tye Sheridan
Filmography: De wereld van JOHFRA (1989), De zoektocht van Kees Bol (1991), Een heer vertelt (1994), De slag om Den Haag (2002), The Rise and Fall of Metropole (2009)
Filmography: Easier with Practice (2009); C.O.G. (2013)
Contact: Contact: Robin Lutz: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: NBC Universal: Sidi Benlarbi: Sidi.Bernlabi@nbcuni.com - +44 (0) 203 618 6327
Speakers: Peter Hagoort - Director and full professor Donders Institute and Max-Planck-Institute, Radboud University Elianne Keulemans, Head, Radboud Reflects (moderator)
Speakers: Tim Talbott - Script writer Paul van Lange - professor Social Psychology, VU University Meike van Zandvoort, Filmprogrammer, InScience (moderator)
RUBEN VAN LEER | DANCE & OPERA FILM | THE NETHERLANDS | 29 MIN | 2015 Symmetry is an opera and dance film about a scientist at CERN who has lost his passion for his job. That changes when he discovers irregularities in the system and the voice of a mysterious woman entrains him and lets him experience timeless love. Production: Production: Ruben van Leer / Photograpy: Paul Özgür / Editing: Amber Hooijmans / Music: Henrik Vega, Joep Franssens / Sound: Henrik Vega/ Actors: Lukas Timulak, Claron MacFadden Filmography: Debute Film Contact: Ruben van Leer: email@example.com – 0640100682
JULIETTE STEVENS | DOCUMENTARY | THE NETHERLANDS | 24 MIN | 2015 The preceding short documentary, Symmetry Unravelled by Juliette Stevens, shows how the different art disciplines and advanced techniques collaborate to tell this modern love story. Photography: Juliette Stevens, Heleen Blanken, Jurre de Beer / Editing: Mieneke Kramer / Sound: Juliette Stevens / Featured scientist: Robbert Dijkgraaf Filmography: Debute Film Contact: Ruben van Leer: firstname.lastname@example.org – 0640100682 Speakers: Camille Buttingsrud - philosopher, University of Copenhagen Sijbrand de Jong - Full professor Experimental High Energy Physics, Radboud University; future President of CERN Council Ruben van Leer - Director Patricia Pisters - Full professor of Media and Film studies, University of Amsterdam Lies Bruines - Filmprogrammer, InScience (moderator) Carli Coenen - Phd student Philosophy, Open University, Radboud University (moderator) Rob van Hattum - Creative Director, NEMO Science Center (moderator) 43
That Sugar Film
The Visit - An Alien Encounter
DAMON GAMEAU | DOCUMENTARY | AUSTRALIA 100 MIN | 2014
MICHAEL MADSEN | DOCUMENTARY | DENMARK, FINLAND 83 MIN | 2015
Actor-director Damon Gameau decides to consume as much sugar as the average person during the course of a month: 40 teaspoons per day. But instead of junk food like chocolate and ice cream, Gameau primarily eats food we consider to be healthy, but which secretly contains a lot of sugar. With the help of actors such as Hugh Jackman and Stephen Fry, Gameau films the effect of sweetness on his body and mind in a humorous, candy-coloured style.
What would happen if an alien were to visit Earth? The film The Visit—An Alien Encounter offers a backstage look at the UN, NASA, and the International Space University. This mockumentary by director Michael Madsen presents a chillingly plausible scenario of a first encounter with an alien. Production: Lise Lense-Møllerp / Script: Michael Madsen / Photography: Heikki Färm / Editing: Stefan Sundlöf, Nathan Nugent / Music: Karsten Fundal / Sound: Peter Albrechtsen / Featured scientists: Mazlan Othman, Sheryl Bishop, Jacques Arnould
Production: Damon Gameau, Nick Batzias, Rory Williamson / Script: Damon Gameau / Photography: Judd Overton / Editing: Jane Usher / Music: Jojo Petrina / Sound: Simon Rosenberg / Actors: Hugh Jackman, Stephen Fry / Featured scientict: Kenneth A. Sikaris
Filmography: Himmelnattens kejser - en film om synlighed (2003); To Damascus (2005); Into Eternity: A Film for the Future (2010); The Average of the Average (2011)
Filmography: Debute film Contact: Autlook Films: Salma Abdalla: email@example.com & Cinemien: Annemiek de Jong: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Metro International: Farah Woditschka: email@example.com & Just Film Distribution: Jean Heijl: firstname.lastname@example.org
Speakers: Lucas Ellerbroek- Astronomer and author Coen Vermeeren- Head Studium generale, TU Delft Carli Coenen - Phd student Philosophy, Open University, Radboud University (moderator) Wouter Exterkate - Master student Law, Radboud University (moderator) Teun van Laake - Programme maker, InScience (moderator)
Speakers: Sonja van Oers - Nutritionist, HAN University of Applied Sciences Joszi Smeets - Director, Youth Food Movement Paul de Vos - Full professor Immunoendocrinology, University of Groningen Teun van Laake - Programma maker, InScience (moderator) Niels Stoffels, Archaeologist (moderator) Maite Tjon A Hie, Philosopher, ARTEZ (moderator) 44
FILM | Light — THE UNITED NATIONS PROCLAIMED 2015 AS THE INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF LIGHT. INSCIENCE IS DEDICATING A PORTION OF THE PROGRAMME TO THE THEME ‘LIGHT’, SHOWING HOW LIGHT SHAPES OUR LIVES. THIS THEME IS EXPLORED IN-DEPTH FROM A SHORT FILM ABOUT FIREFLIES TO LIGHT ART IN THE FESTIVALS ART-EXHIBITION AND A LECTURE ABOUT LASERLIGHT. NEXT TO THIS WE MADE FIVE SPECIAL FILMPROGRAMS THAT SHED A DIFFERENT LIGHT ON THE THEME.
PIETER-RIM DE KROON | DOCUMENTARY THE NETHERLANDS | 95 MIN | 2003
CHRISTOPHER NOLAN | SCIENCE FICTION | UNITED STATES, UNITED KINGDOM | 169 MIN | 2014
Is there such a thing as real ‘Dutch light’, the gorgeous light that can be seen in the paintings by the Dutch masters? Hollands Licht is a documentary about the myth and reality behind the Dutch light that has become famous thanks to the art of painting.
Cooper dreams of travelling in space and his wish is fulfilled when NASA contacts him. Earth has become uninhabitable so Cooper must go in search of a new planet. This exciting science fiction adventure is a plausible depiction of travelling through spacetime.
Production: Pieter-Rim de Kroon, Reinier Wissenraet / Script: Maarten de Kroon, Gerrit Willems / Photography: Paul van den Bosch / Editing: Chiel Muller, Andrez de Jong / Sound: Erik Langhout, Danny van Spreeuwel.
Production: Christopher Nolan, Lynda Obst, Emma Thomas / Script: Christopher Nolan / Photography: Hoyte van Hoytema / Editing: Lee Smith / Music: Hans Zimmer / Sound: Richard King / Actors: Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, Michael Caine, Mackenzie Foy
Filmography: V.I.S.S.E.N. (2012) Filmography: Following (1998); Memento (2000); Batman Begins (2005), The Dark Knight (2008); Inception (2010)
Contact: Dutch Light Films: Pieter-Rim de Kroon: email@example.com - +31 6 2044 1491
Contact: Warner Bros. International: Bas Hol Speakers: Pieter-Rim de Kroon - Director Pieter Roelofs - Curator, Rijksmuseum Peter Paul Hattinga Verschure- Meteorologist and artist Maite Tjon A Hie - Philosopher, ARTEZ (moderator)
Speakers: Luca Consoli- Assistant professor Philosophy and Science Studies, Radboud University
Spiral Galaxy - De Melkweg Ontrafeld MAARTEN ROOS | DOCUMENTARY | THE NETHERLANDS | 45 MIN | 2009
What does our universe look like? In this inspiring documentary, scientists discuss the story behind the revolutionary discoveries of our galaxy. Few people know that Dutch astronomers were the first to map out the Milky Way. Production: Pieter-Rim de Kroon / Photography: Maarten Roos / Editing: Maarten Roos / Music: William Zeitler / Sound: Jeroen Nadorp / Featured scientists: Arie Hin, Adriaan Blauw, Hugo Kreit, Kees de Jager Filmography: My Old Hand Crank Camera (Roos & De Kroon, 2010) VIRTIS, a Space Instrument (Roos, 2010); Between Mars and Svalbard (Roos, 2012); Sirene Universe, an Inner Journey Into Outer Space (Roos, 2014); Living the Tradition: An Enchanting Journey Into Old Irish Airs (Roos, 2014) Contact: Dutch Light Films: Pieter-Rim de Kroon: firstname.lastname@example.org - +31 6 2044 1491
MISCHA ROZEMA | ANIMATION | THE NETHERLANDS | 4 MIN | 2014 Voyager 1 is a probe that was send into space in 1977 and has been there since then, making it the active vessel to be there for the longest time. It is also the probe farthest from the sun. Inspired by this, Mischa Rozema, made this breath-taking short in which we see the travels of Voyager 1. In wonderful CGI-animation the probe witnesses space in all its glory, both beautiful and scary, inspiring and destructive, light and dark. Production: Jules Tervoort Filmography: Postman (1997), Postman Returns (2008), Sundays (2015) Contact: PostPanic: Kristian Stoykov: email@example.com Speakers: Pieter-Rim de Kroon - Director Liesbeth Jansen - Theologian, Programme maker, Radboud Reflects (moderator)
Short Film: Light — IN THIS SPECIAL PROGRAMME ABOUT LIGHT, WE WILL FIX OUR GAZE ON EXPERIMENTAL, SHORT FILMS IN BOTH 2D AND 3D. THE SHORT FILMS WILL TRANSPORT YOU TO OTHER REALMS, ALTER YOUR PERSPECTIVE, HYPNOTISE YOU, AND LET YOU EXPERIENCE NEW SENSATIONS. ALL OF THESE SHORT FILMS USE LIGHT AS AN IMPORTANT TOOL FOR ACHIEVING THIS.
Play Within a Play
YASMIJN KARHOF | EXPERIMENTAL | THE NETHERLANDS | 13 MIN | 2013
WOUTER VENEMA | EXPERIMENTAL | THE NETHERLANDS | 5 MIN | 2013
LYNDON LORENZ | EXPERIMENTAL | UNITED STATES | 3 MIN | 2013
One of the great things about movies is that they can show us how to look at things in a different light. In this wonderfully shot short we think we see alternately the Moon, the Sun and some stars, but this isn’t really the case. Instead we are taught how we can see our galaxy in places we wouldn’t normally expect.
Dark, hand drawn sketches of spooky landscapes are brought to life with expressive lighting and mysterious music, in this atmospheric and eerie short.
William Shatner tells you everything you want to know about our Sun, accompanied by archive footage of the star and by a pulsating soundtrack.
Sound: Wouter Venema
Editing: Lyndon Lorenz / Music: Rubberband / Sound: Lyndon Lorenz / Voice-actor: William Shatner
Production: Yasmijn Karhof / Photography: Stijn van Santen / Editing: Sven Neve / Sound: Huibert Boon / Actors: Hannah Hoekstra, Tarikh Janssen
Contact: Edith van der Heijde: firstname.lastname@example.org - +1644110918
Filmography: Debute film
Filmography: The Day Seemed to Be Clear, But Later a Cloud Conjured the Sun Away (2000); Edam (2000); Rain, Sugar, Eye (2007); Vessel (2013)
Filmography: Some Things (2010); Doomed (We’re Doomed) (2011); The Mews (2012); Building Is People (2013); The Frontiers of the Future (2014) Contact: Lyndon Lorenz: email@example.com
Contact: Edith van der Heijde: firstname.lastname@example.org - +1644110918
ISS Startrails TRONized
CHRISTOPH MALIN | EXPERIMENTAL | AUSTRIA | 4 MIN | 2013
MAX HATTLER | EXPERIMENTAL | DENMARK, ADRIAAN LOKMAN | EXPERIMENTAL | GERMANY, THE NETHERLANDS, UNITED THE NETHERLANDS | 9 MIN | 2013 KINGDOM | 9 MIN | 2010
Our planet and the universe around it are looking like a strangely lit place in this beautiful, lyrical short made by stacking photographs taken by solar ship ISS.
Get hypnotized at InScience! Symbols loop in an endless swirl, in varying patterns. Alternately disturbing and light music add to the strange mood in this animated short.
Take a trip through a computer made landscape consisting of poles. That is “trip” in two ways, because this is a hypnotic short with contrasting lights and a big beat behind it. In 3D.
Production: Max Hattler, Nathalie Beekman / Music: Dennis van Tilburg / Sound: Dennis van Tilburg
Production: Adriaan Lokman, Chris Mouw, Michiel Snijders, Arnaud Rijken / Script: Adriaan Lokman / Music: Erik Stok, Jeroen Verheij / Sound: Erik Stok, Jeroen Verheij
Editing: Christopher Malin / Music: Lee Rosevere Filmography: Black Hole Sun (2011); Urban. Mountain. Sky (2012); Island in the Sky (2013); Adventures after Dark (2013); The ISS Image Frontier (2013) Contact: Christopher Malin: email@example.com
Filmography: (2001); Spin (2010); X (2012); A Very Large Increase in the Size, Amount, or Importance of Something Over a Very Short Period of Time (2013); Stop the Show (2013) Contact: Contact: Max Hattler: firstname.lastname@example.org - +447811 581655
Filmography: Barcode (2001); Trainspotting (2002); Shredder (2002); Forecast (2007); Chase (2012) Contact: il Luster: Thierry Paalman: email@example.com
ORA PHILIPPE BAYLAUCQ | EXPERIMENTAL | CANADA | 15 MIN | 2011
A stunning dance performance filmed in a completely unique way: only the body heat is visible thanks to thermal imaging. Watch these illuminated bodies dance in 3D. Production: René Chénier, Francine Langdeau / Script: Philippe Baylaucq / Photography: Sebastien Gros / Editing: Alain Baril / Music: Robert M. Lepage / Sound: Benoît Dame / Dancers: Lindsey Renée Derry, Sarah Fregeau, Alexandre Jolicoeur, François Richard, Lauren Semeschuk, Émilie Tremblayn Filmography: Lodela (1996), Hugo et le dragon (2001), Moving Sands (2003), Le Magicien de Kaboul (2008), Le cerveau en miroir (2008) Contact: National Film Board of Canada: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Magic of the Magic Lantern WHEN CHRISTIAAN HUYGENS INVENTED THE MAGIC LANTERN IN 1659, HE PROBABLY DIDN’T DARE PREDICT THAT IT COULD BE THE PRECURSOR TO SOMETHING AS BIG AS THE CINEMA. SOME PEOPLE WILL CLAIM THAT FILMS HAVE REPLACED THE MAGIC LANTERN, BUT ELISABETH WAAGMEESTER-WAGENAAR HAS KEPT THE TRADITION ALIVE. NOW SHE BRINGS HER LANTERN TO INSCIENCE FOR A SPECIAL PERFORMANCE AS MAGICAL AS THE NAME SUGGESTS. PRIOR TO THE PERFORMANCE, SARAH DELLMANN WILL TALK BRIEFLY ABOUT THE RESEARCH PROJECT THEY HAVE RECENTLY LAUNCHED AT UTRECHT UNIVERSITY: A MILLION PICTURES: MAGIC LANTERN SLIDE HERITAGE AS ARTEFACTS IN THE COMMON EUROPEAN HISTORY OF LEARNING. RESEARCHER DERK VENEMA OF THE RADBOUD UNIVERSITY IS THE MODERATOR.
FILM | Specials — INSCIENCE HAS A COUPLE OF SPECIAL FILM PROGRAMS. WITH THE SPECIAL BIO·FICTION WE TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY WITH THE HELP OF COUPLE OF SHORT MOVIES. THERE IS ALSO A PROGRAM OF DRONES, A COLLECTION OF SHORTS SELECTED BY GO SHORT – INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL NIJMEGEN AND A FILM CONCERT WITH THE CLASSIC FRAU IM MOND. IN DE KENNIS VAN (N)U YOU GET TO SEE A NEW SCIENCE TV PROGRAM AFTER WICH ITS CREATORS WILL TALK TO YOU ABOUT NEW WAYS OF MAKING TELEVISION.
BIO·FICTION@InScience The InScience Special zooms in on a specific topic in science and the Special for 2015 is BIO·FICTION. In the spring of 2014, the BIO·FICTION Science, Art & Film Festival was held in Vienna, an event completely dedicated to the field of synthetic biology. A number of the most successful films will be showcased at InScience. Luminescent plants that replace streetlights? Bacterial computers? Tattoos that tell us how our bodies are doing? It sounds like science fiction, but in the world of synthetic biology, this future is very much within reach. The Special consists of a film block in which scientists, philosophers, and artists reflect on the content of the films. Philosopher and biologist Ellen ter Gast and philosopher and programme creator Lisa Doeland will moderate the discussion. Talk with: Wilhelm Huck, Full professor of Chemistry at Radboud University; Frank Theys, filmmaker; Floris Kaayk, artist; Laurens Landeweerd, philosopher at Radboud University; Vitor Martins dos Santos, Full professor of Synthetic Biology at Wageningen University; and Lucas Evers, head of the Waag Society Open Wetlab. Ivo van Vulpen, University of Amsterdam.
Public MisunderBioluminescent standing of Science Streetlamps BRUCE GILCHRIST | DOCUMENTARY | UNITED KINGDOM | 6 MIN | 2011 An experiment in which people have to draw what they think of while they listen to a scientific lecture. This short shows their drawing process.
ELIZE PETROVSKA & CHIARI ASSELBORN | ANIMATION | UNITED KINGSOM | 4 MIN | 2014
JENNY LEE, ANN-KRISTIN ABEL, AMY CONGDON | SCIENCE FICTION | UNITED KINGDOM | 2 MIN | 2012
In the near future scientists will have discovered a way to let plants spread bioluminescent light continuously all through spring and summer. These plants have become all the rage and fill the houses and the streets, almost replacing street lamps. In this poetic short made out of beautiful drawings we follow a man who hates bright and colourful lights, hoping to find a bit of darkness to hide in.
Based on ideas that where presented at iGEM 2012 this science-fiction documentary shows future methods of immediately detecting and curing serious diseases with the help of special tattoos. Sound: Omri Azari / Featured scientists: Richard Kelwick, Richard Bowater
Sound: Niels Knops
Bacteria to the Future ELIZE PETROVSKA & CHIARI ASSELBORN | ANIMATION | UNITED KINGSOM | 4 MIN | 2014 Brian the Bacterium and his wife Hilda explain the benefits of synthetically modifying bacteria in this funny, animated short. Script: Sam Ireland / Voice-actors: Sam Ireland, Charlotte Lilley
VALERIE MELLON | DOCUMENTARY | UNITED KINGDOM | 16 MIN | 2013
MARIE-SARAH ADENIS & HUGO KREIT | SCIENCE FICTION | FRANCE | 4 MIN | 2014
Scientist Lee Cronin tries to prove how life was first created by repeating the process himself in a Scottish laboratory, in this informative documentary about the influential Inorganica experiment. Production: Ruth Reid / Script: Valerie Mellon / Photography: David Liddell / Editing: Maja Borg / Music: Poppy Ackroyd / Featured scientist: Lee Cronin
Healthcare, Botanica and erotica meet in this curious, but scientific short that imagines a future in which people will be cured of many diseases just by touching plants. Contact: Bio路Fiction: email@example.com
De Kennis van (N)u
NTR is interested in your opinion. Like a true Nils Holgersson, researcher Thomas Lameris flies with barnacle geese to a breeding ground in Arctic Russia. He knows where his geese are headed, but doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know the route they take and how they plan their trip. For that reason, Thomas equipped 40 geese with GPS trackers last year. Every five minutes, the apparatus saves the exact location of the goose. Now Thomas is returning to Russia to find the geese with the trackers and to download the data. De Kennis van Nu is going along on the expedition and will spend three months in a former Soviet weather station on the tundra for the real fieldwork. Programme maker Stefan Sand and moderator Roland Postma go into discussion with the audience. De Kennis van Nu is NTRâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s science TV programme, presented by Diederik Jekel and Elisabeth van Nimwegen. It airs each Wednesday at 19.20 on NPO 2.
Drones It is the first time a Dutch Film Festival will show a series of shorts about and made by drones. The festival combines these shorts with live drone demonstrations. From the Himalayan Glaciers to Chernobyl, we will see how drones can easily reach places we humans cannot. These shorts will show you the freedom of filming and conducting science with drones. Walter Immerzeel, researcher at Utrecht University, will explain how one can construct 3D maps of landscapes using drones. Kirk Scheper, researcher at Delft University of Technology, will talk about autonomous drones. Massoud Hassani, graduate at Eindhoven Design Academy and founder of Mine Kafon, will talk about the drone he has designed: its goal is to automatically detect and detonate mines. Both Kirk and Massoud will conduct live drone demonstrations. Philosoher and programme maker Anco Peeters is the moderator.
OK Go: I Wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Let You Down VIDEOCLIP | 5 MIN
Monitoring Himalayan Glaciers DOCUMENTAIRE | 8 MIN
TU Delft - Ambulance Drone DOCUMENTAIRE | 3 MIN
The Iranian Drone That Saves Lives DOCUMENTAIRE | 4 MIN
DJI Stories: The Lost City of Chernobyl DOCUMENTAIRE | 6 MIN
FPV Drone Racing in Rural Canada DOCUMENTAIRE | 6 MIN
Left Behind - FPV
DOCUMENTAIRE | 3 MIN
Go Short Flirts with Science Especially for InScience, Go Short—International Short Film Festival Nijmegen has compiled an attractive short film programme that flirts with science. You can expect everything from a man stuck in his spacesuit, to a brain that wants to escape because it is fed up with its experimental existence, to amusement park attractions of disproportionate size for the measurement of brain activity, and an investigation into the reason behind recurring dreams about squirrels. Speakers: Wouter Jansen - Programme maker Go Short International Short Film Festival Kirsten Ruber - Director Go Short International Short Film Festival
A Living Soul
HENRY MOORE SELDER | SCIENCE FICTION | SWEDEN | 29 MIN | 2014
CHEMA GARCÍA IBARRA | SCIENCE FICTION | SPAIN | 8 MIN | 2009
REYNOLD REYNOLDS | EXPERIMENTAL | GERMANY, THE NETHERLANDS 10 MIN | 2010
What does it feel like to a brain? This weird and strangely touching short gets to the bottom of that question, by making a brain in a lab the main character.
A man walks around in an astronaut suit, never taking it off. In a voice-over he explains his strange tale, while we see him perform day-to-day tasks.
Like a clockwork, this bizarre experimental short, shows a series of strange events in jerky stop-motion movements. These events include erotica, performance, science and frozen fishes.
Production: Cecilia Nessen, Fredrik Heinig, Patrik Andersson / Script: Peter Modestij / Photography: Gustav Danielsson / Editing: Joakim Pietras / Muziek: Daniel Fagerstrom / Sound: Jess Wolfberg / Actors: Cleas Ljungmark, Louise Peterhoff, Stina Ekblad / Voice-actor: Tova Magnussen
Production: El camino de carne (2006); Miaau (2007); El ataque de los robots de nebulosa-5 (2008); Misterio (2013) Filmography: Let There Be Drums (1999); Deadly Boring (2001); She Is Dead (2002); En grundlig undersökning (2004); Köra runt (2007)
Filmography: Let There Be Drums (1999); Deadly Boring (2001); She Is Dead (2002); En grundlig undersökning (2004); Köra runt (2007)
Six Easy Pieces
Production: Saskia Reynolds, Pierre Düsing / Photography: Carlos Vasquez / Music: Peer Neumann, Didio Pestana, Martin Backs / Sound: Martin Backes / Actors: Helga Wretman, Juliette Bonneviot, Franscesca Pellanda Filmography: Seven Days ‘Til Sunday (1998); Sugar (2005); 1) Secret Life (2008); 2) Secret Machine (2009); The Lost (2014)
The Centrifuge Brain Project
TILL NOWAK | COMEDY | GERMANY | 7 MIN | 2012
LAURI WARSTA | ANIMATION | UNITED KINGDOM | 5 MIN | 2010
MATT REYNOLDS | ANIMATION | UNITED STATES | 3 MIN | 2015
Dr. Nick Laslowicz of the Institute for Centrifugal Research invents amusement park rides as a way to research the development of the brain of young children. All right, not really. Though this hilarious mockumentary with wonderful visual effects imagines what those rides would like and how they might benefit scientific research.
A scientist interested in dreams finds out that the squirrel who regularly appears in his dreams actually appears in the dreams of others too. What’s more, the squirrel always has good advice for people. How is this possible? More importantly, where will the squirrel appear next and can you catch a dream animal? These are the central scientific questions in this animated, absurdist comedy.
In this animated short we meet both very long animals and very small, groundbound beings. Both could be the death of the other in this strange circle of life that defies description, but begs to be seen.
Production: El camino de carne (2006); Miaau (2007); El ataque de los robots de nebulosa-5 (2008); Misterio (2013)
Production: Till Nowak / Script: Till Nowak / Photography: Ivan Robles Mendoza / Editing: Till Nowak / Sound: Andreas Radzuweit / Actor: Leslie Barany Filmography: Delivery (2005); Dissonance (2015)
Script: Lauri Warsta / Editing: Lauri Warsta / Music: Juha Sirniö / Sound: Juha Sirniö / Voice-actor: Tony Guilfoyle Filmography: Dictaphone Parcel (2009) 59
Production: Matt Reynolds / Sound: Daniel Eaton Filmography: Debute Film
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Film Special | Film concert | Frau im Mond FRITZ LANG | SCIENCE-FICTION | GERMANY | 156 MIN | 1929 Fritz Lang is the German director who created Metropolis, the first feature-length science fiction film, but he also directed another science fiction classic: Frau im Mond. This film tells the story of a scientist who believes that gold lies on the moon, and is therefore considered a fool. He meets an entrepreneur with whom he builds a rocket. Together with two assistants, a young stowaway, and a criminal who has managed to work his way in, they set off for the moon. Will they be able to survive their trip to the moon despite their different motivations? Find out in this special concert film with live piano accompaniment by Joost Langeveld. Production: Fritz Lang / Script: Fritz Lang / Photography: Curt Courant, Oskar Fishinger, Konstantin Irmen-Tschet, Otto Kanturek / Actors: Klaus Pohl, Willy Fritsch, Gustav von Wangenheim, Gerda Maurus, Gustl Gstettenbaur Filmography: Dr. Mabuse: der Spieler - Ein Bild der Zeit (1922); Die Nibelungen (1924); Metropolis (1927); M (1931); The Big Heat (1953) Contact: Murnau Stiftung: Patricia Heckert: firstname.lastname@example.org - 0611/97708-45
SCIENCE | Big Ideas — EACH DAY OF THE FESTIVAL, A BIG IDEAS EVENT IS HELD IN COORDINATION WITH RADBOUD REFLECTS. DURING THESE EVENTS, A LEADING SCIENTIST OR SPECIALIST IS INTERVIEWED AND ENGAGES IN CONVERSATION WITH THE AUDIENCE.
Koert van Mensvoort
Imagine a future in which robots have biological or part-biological brains and in which neural implants link the human nervous system bi-directionally with technology and the Internet. Kevin Warwick, Professor of Cybernetics at Coventry University, thinks this is possible and, what’s more, he’s already experimenting with it on himself. Kevin Warwick is Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) at Coventry University. Prior that he was Professor of Cybernetics at The University of Reading, England. His research areas are artificial intelligence, control, robotics and biomedical engineering. He is a Chartered Engineer (CEng.) and is a Fellow of The Institution of Engineering & Technology (FIET). He is the youngest person ever to become a Fellow of the City & Guilds of London Institute (FCGI). Alejandro Tauber, editor of Vice Netherlands, will moderate the discussion.
The relationship between humans, nature, and technology is changing at lightning speed. With his projects, scientist, philosopher, and artist Koert van Mensvoort joins the discussion surrounding new prospective developments that will upset the boundary between nature and technology. Koert van Mensvoort is the director of the Next Nature Network, Next Nature fellow at the Eindhoven University of Technology and board member of the Society of Arts at the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW). Mensvoort is an artist and philosopher best known for his work on the philosophical concept of Next Nature, which revolves around the idea that our technological environment has become so complex, omnipresent and autonomous that it is best perceived as a nature of its own. It is his aim to better understand our co-evolutionary relationship with technology and help set out a track towards a future that is rewarding for both humankind and the planet at large. Philosopher Lisa Doeland will moderate the discussion.
The Stanford Prison Experiment and the Milgram Experiment are the two best-known social psychological science experiments. They are both particularly famous, or rather infamous, for revealing the extent to which humans are capable of immoral and violent behaviour. Power corrupts. Psychologist DaniĂŤl Wigboldus, dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at Radboud University, provides an explanation for the two experiments and talks about why these were so important. During his talk you get to hear an exclusive pre-recorded interview with Professor Philip Zimbardo, the initiator of the Stanford Prison Experiment. Daniel Wigboldus became a full professor in social psychology at the Radboud University in Nijmegen. From 2009 till September 2013 he was director of the School of Psychology and Artificial Intelligence in Nijmegen. From September 2013 onwards he is Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the Radboud University. Elianne Keulemans, head of Radboud Reflects, will moderate the discussion.
Much of our personality is already set by our genes. Will you get sick? Wind up on a path of criminality? Or will you win a Nobel Prize? Genetics play a key role in social issues such as illness and health. But what role does it play in our vision of who we are? In what way does genetics contribute to the classic tension between nature and nurture? Amade M’charek is Professor Anthropology of Science at the department of Anthropology of the University of Amsterdam. Her research interests are in forensics, forensic anthropology and race. She is the PI of the project Dutchness in Genes and Genealogy, a project examining how Dutchness is enacted in collaborations between population geneticists, archaeologists and genealogists. M’charek is also the PI of the project Sexuality & Diversity in the Making. She is the founding chair of the European Network for the Social Studies of Forensics (EUnetSSF) and the convenor of the seminar series Ir/relevance of Race in Science and Society. Her most recent research is on face making and race making in forensic identification, for which she received a five-year ERC consolidator grant in December 2013. Philosopher Lisa Doeland will moderate the discussion.
Have you always wondered why there are seasons? Did you know there’s a gaping black hole in the middle of the Milky Way? And how does that affect earth’s seasons? Meet your host of Junior Big Ideas, physicist Diederik Roest of the University of Groningen, who will be present to answer these and any other questions young science enthusiasts might have. Diederik is interested in the mathematical properties of string theory, but enjoys testing abstract theory experimentally. For example, he is studying how string existence could be proved by observations at the largest distance scales, such as cosmic background radiation. Roest hopes that the Planck space observatory’s latest measurements will offer clues as to whether string theory actually does play a role in nature. Diederik Roest is passionate about explaining complex science to laypersons in order to build trust in research. Philosopher Maite Tjon A Hie will moderate the discussion.
SCIENCE | Lectures — THE INSCIENCE PROGRAMME OFFERS INSPIRING LECTURES COVERING A VARIETY OF TOPICS.
The Eyes Deceive
Filosofisch Café Spinoza
The Fifteen Project | DUET
Why do we see things that aren’t there? Magician and philosopher Tilman Andris and neuroscientist Rob van Lier of the Donders Institute at Radboud University, use magic tricks and optical illusions to explain why we can be so easily deceived. As such, it appears that the world we see is largely a creation of our brains. Historian Joos van Vught will moderate the discussion.
How relevant is a 17th century philosopher in this day and age? In this collaboration between InScience and Filosofisch Café Nijmegen, we take a look at the philosophy of the Netherlands’ most famous philosopher: Spinoza. As a follow-up to the documentary shown in the afternoon, we will continue to philosophise in the chapel café with neuroscientist Peter Hagoort of Radboud University (who features in the documentary) as well as Piet Steenbakkers, Professor of Spinoza Studies at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Jan Branssen of the Radboud University will be the moderator.
Did you know that you mirror the actions of others in your brain? Choreographer Arno Schuitemaker uses mirror neurons as inspiration for the dance performance The Fifteen Project | DUET, as performed by Manel Salas Palau and Mitchell-Lee van Rooij. Our mirror neurons allow us to unconsciously share the movements of the dancers. Following the performance, Arno Schuitemaker will talk about his curiosity about the physical relationship between dancer and spectator and will pose the question: how do I relate to the other? Programme maker and philosopher Katie Verest is the moderator.
Einstein @ The Movies
Exactly a century ago, Einstein completed his theory of relativity, which drastically altered our perception of space and time. In this lecture, theoretical physicist Karel Van Acoleyen of Ghent University will explain this wonderful theory and illustrate how the theory of relativity plays an important role in many films. You can expect a trip through both the science and fiction of zero gravity, time travel, black holes, wormholes, and much more. Programme maker and scientist Dave Willems will moderate the discussion. www.ugent.be
Light and Magnetism: a Brilliant Combination
Have you ever played with light using a lens or a prism? Then you have seen how light and material influence one another, but did you know that light and magnets also affect each other? Spinoza Prize winner Theo Rasing, professor of experimental physics at Radboud University, talks about his groundbreaking research into the influence of laser light on magnets. He has developed a technique to manipulate the poles of magnetic particles with the help of a laser. This technique should lead to extraordinary new possibilities, such as ultra-fast data storage on a hard drive. Programme maker and scientist Dave Willems is the moderator. www.ru.nl
The Pig Child
Are there limits to what we ought to do in science and art? How would you judge these limits? This is what we will investigate in the Trans-species Tribunal. The short film Pig Child by Lucy Campbell and Loran Dunn, about a woman who infuses her embryo with pig dna, will be the introduction. Lucas Evers from Waag Society introduces the “Trust me I’m an artist” project in which human and animal dna was combined in a real art project. He will do this together with Slovenian artist and scientist Špela Petrič, who participated in that project.
A female scientist decides to inseminate herself with an embryo that is half human and half pig. Now pregnant with a new species she doubts whether she is ready for this.
After this Luca Consoli, ethicist and physicist at Radboud University, will lead a discussion with Lucy, Lorann, Lucas, and Špela. What are the ethical limits of science? Can art encourage scientists to investigate those limits and even cross them? The audience will be invited to play judge in this Trans-species Tribunal.
LUCY CAMPBELL | SCIENCEFICTION | UNITED KINGDOM | 2014 | 17 MIN
Production: Loran Dunn / Script: Scout Stuart / Photography: Davey Gilder / Editing: Daniel McPake / Music: Samuel Jones / Sound: Chris Fisher / Actors: Catherine Steadman, Frederick Schmidt Filmography: The Bird (2010); The Surface of Impenatrable Things (2011); The Friend Catcher (2011); Tigerish Waters (2012) Contact: Loran Dunn: email@example.com
Science fiction films transport us with astonishing ease to distant stars and planets, and even other time periods. Scientific journalist George van Hal of the New Scientist, will take the audience along on a journey through space and time. On this journey, he will explain how Einstein’s ideas are still relevant today and open the doors to a future similar to that portrayed in films such as Star Trek and Interstellar. Sanne Groen will moderate the discussion.
The Besiendershuis is continually seeking out unique cooperative ventures in Nijmegen, with the aim of combining art, culture, cultural history, knowledge and business in extraordinary new ways. InScience will serve, among other things, as a platform where artists and scientists meet. While the final products of this interaction remain to be seen, the anticipation adds a great deal of excitement. Artist Sanne Willemsen and psychiatrist Anne Speckens of the Radboud University Medical Centre’s Mindfulness programme will meet to discuss options for collaboration. During the awards ceremony on Sunday evening, they will talk about their meetings and how science and art can reinforce each other. Sanne Willemsen will also present her book, Come on Down and See the Idiot Right Here, as an InScience exhibit. She will tell stories of people whom many people consider fall outside of society. These stories offer a unique glimpse of these individuals’ world and lifestyle on the fringes of society.
Space and Time
Oddstream focuses on audio-visual arts, design and e-culture in a comprehensive program of exhibitions, new productions, artist-in-residences, workshops, educational programs and lectures. In 2015 Oddstream organizes four Talks Odd as part of four Oddstream makers weekends. Odd Talks are inspiring meetings in which technological innovations from different sides are illuminated. In Odd Talk # 3: Innovative makers and initiatives on technology and nostalgia, architecture and video mapping and biotechnology. David Scheidler and Sietse Abbink During Oddstream artist-in-residence Odd Stay made David Scheidler and Sietse Abbink this year the instrument Celestina FX. The instrument is based on the first mechanical instruments from around 1900 and the operation of modern electronic step sequencers. Tonight they talk about the creation of Celestina FX.
Freek Rossen and Wim Kol Last year Oddstream was asked to make a video mapping for the theater in Cuijk, which was opened after a renovation of two years. The mapping show was conducted on 26 September 2015. Animator Freek Rossen, who designed the video mapping, and Wim Kol, architect of the new theater, will have a discussion about the creation of the video mapping and the relation to architecture.
Jalila Essaidi Within modern biotechnology focuses artist Jalila Essaidi on current topics. She examines Bulletproof Skin social, political, ethical and cultural implications of security in a world that has access to new biotechnologies by strengthening the human skin in vitro with spider silk from genetically modified organisms. This can be a bullet ricocheted. During her presentation, she discusses this work. Jalila Essaidi include founder and director of BioArt Laboratories Foundation. She is also director of Inspidere, a company that develops the use of spider silk and markets. www.oddstream.org
SCIENCE | DIY Lab — DIY LABS ARE OPEN DAILY IN THE MARIËNBURGKAPEL. SIMPLY DROP BY, SUIT UP IN A LAB COAT AND EXPERIENCE WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE A SCIENTIST - OR AN ARTIST!
Editing Analogue Images
Program your Own Robot
ESTHER URLUS -
MICRO BIOLOGY RADBOUD UNIVERSITY -
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE RADBOUD UNIVERSITY -
Dissecting the Brain
You be the Judge
DONDERS INSTITUTE RADBOUD UNIVERSITY -
ROEL SCHUTGENS -
Paint like Rembrandt
Encrypt your Data
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Science | Experiments — THROUGHOUT THE DAY, SCIENTIFIC EXPERIMENTS WILL BE OPEN TO ANYONE WHO LIKE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE MARIËNBURGKAPEL.
Close-up of the Brain
NEMO at the Table
Image and Sound
DONDERS INSTITUTE RADBOUD UNIVERSITY
SCIENCE CENTRE NEMO
DONDERS INSTITUTE RADBOUD UNIVERSITY
Under the Microscope
MICRO BIOLOGY RADBOUD UNIVERSITY
HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS RADBOUD UNIVERSITY
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE RADBOUD UNIVERSITY
Measure by Measure
SCIENCE | Meet the Expert — HAVE YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW HOW YOUR BRAIN WORKS? WOULD YOU LIKE TO FIGURE OUT WHEN ROBOTS WILL TAKE OVER THE WORLD? ARE YOU CURIOUS ABOUT THE INFLUENCE OF CULTURE? OR, WOULD YOU LIKE A PERSONAL INTERVIEW WITH A FILMMAKER? MEET THE EXPERT OFFERS GREAT OPPORTUNITIES TO PERSONALLY ADDRESS QUESTIONS LIKE THESE TO THE PEOPLE WHO OUGHT TO KNOW.
Thursday 5 November
Saturday 7 November
19:00 | MARIËNBURGKAPEL | 60 MIN
20:00 | MARIËNBURGKAPEL | 60 MIN
Speakers and subject: — Camille Buttingsrud - Philosophy Peter Hagoort - Neuro Science Casper van Heck en Lily Fu Donders Institute Radboud University Tim Talbott - Script writer The Stanford Prison Experiment and South Park
Speakers and subject: — Lucy Campbell - Director The Pig Child Juul van der Laan - Director Multiverse Ghana Adam Lobel - Serious gaming
Friday 6 November
Sunday 8 November
20:00 | MARIËNBURGKAPEL | 60 MIN
20:00 | MARIËNBURGKAPEL | 60 MIN
Speakers and subject: — Lucas Ellerbroek - The Universe Job van den Hurk - the human brain Kim Nguyen - Director The Empire of Scents
Speakers and subject: — Carlijn Stevens - Scents and experience Mike Ligthart - Robotics
In collaboration with the Dutch National Research Agenda
ART | Exhibition & Performance — DISCOVER THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE AND ART CROSSPOLLINATION! STROLL ALONG THE DIFFERENT ART EXHIBITS AND CHECK OUT THE PERFORMANCES AT LUX, ON MARIËNBURGPLEIN AND IN THE MARIËNBURGKAPEL.
Biomorphic creatures and Lissajous figures
PHOTOGRAPHY / IRIS SIJBOM LUX, FIRST FLOOR
PROJECTION / KESENIA PANKRATOVA MARIËNBURGPLEIN
The Animethic photo exhibit focuses on cooperation between humans, nature and animals. It also conveys the interdependence between humans and animals. Using photography, Iris Sijbom enters and portrays the domain where humans have complete control over animals: the laboratory. Sijboom’s photos depict laboratory animals as resilient individuals, and raise awareness of the conditions behind laboratory walls.
Laser is a perfect tool to show the beauty of Lissajous figures, which describe complex harmonic motion with three-demential knots and different parabolas. The sequence of these abstract, mathematical figures will be projected on the wall of Arthouse Lux, augmented with short animation loops about digital nature, the imaginary “ Biomorphic creatures” that are reminiscent of bio-organisms.
Black Smoking Mirror
PERFORMANCE / MARTIJN VAN BOVEN | GERT-JAN PRINS SYNTHONZAAL
INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION / DISNEY RESEARCH LAB: IVAN POUPYREV | JONAS LOH | THEGREENEYL | PHILIPP SCHÖSSLER | CHRISTIAN RIEKOFF LUX CAFÉ
The Black Smoking Mirror is a performance centred around the principle of light reflection. Martijn van Boven and Gert-Jan Prins created a film screen from tungsten. Using two strong lasers, the duo projects a lightshow onto the screen. In fact, the light is so intense that the screen itself catches fire. The remains of the lasers’ light can be seen on the smouldering screen. An electric sound field also surrounds the audience, creating an awe-inspiring backdrop. Black Smoking Mirror not only demonstrates light reflection, but also the effects of light.
Have you ever thought it possible to interact with plants one day? Swing by and check out Botanicus Interacticus. Launched as an experiment by Disney Research Lab, this project features Touché technology that allows users to do just that! The soil surrounding the plants contains sensors that transmit electric signals through the plants, enabling them to sense touch. The system is so accurate that it can identify the part of the plant being touched and the intensity of the touch. It also boasts a unique ability to make plants interactive without leaving any damage, or even being visible.
Come on down and see the idiot right here
The Dark Side of the Sun
The book Come on down and see the idiot right here by Sanne Willemsen will be shown as part of the exposition of InScience. With the book Sanne Willemsen tells the story of people who for many are placed outside of society. For nine months she followed three man that live in the same social care home and captured their lives. It offers the viewer a unique look of the world of these people and the way they live their lives.
In her photo series, Imara Angulo Vidal visualises how a lack of sunlight could affect our planet. This series was prompted by a December 2014 article, claiming that NASA was predicting six days of total darkness on earth due to a solar storm. Later, this proved to be a hoax. Nonetheless, Imara took inspiration from facts and projections to create a realistic portrait of a planet impacted by long-term deprivation of light and heat. Not only would the earth fall into decline, but fear and survival instincts would also take over. Imara’s project reminds us of how much we depend on the sun and just how small and fragile we are as human beings.
PHOTOGRAPHY / IMARA ANGULO VIDAL MARIËNBURGKAPEL
ART BOOK / SANNE WILLEMSEN LUX CAFÉ
SOUND INSTALLATION / JORIS STRIJBOS | MARCO BROEDERS | JEROEN MOLENAAR MARIËNBURGPLEIN
LIGHT INSTALLATION / VLADIMIR GRAFOV MARIËNBURGPLEIN
Drifting Patterns, a kinetic sound installation, is the physical product of research into alternative forms of energy and ways to incorporate that energy into a work of sound art. Drifting Patterns, a wind organ, converts kinetic energy into pneumatic pressure. That pressure creates magical sounds that travel through the five organ pipes distributed throughout Mariënburgplein. The result is a sound composition that changes continually as the sculptures move about.
In Entropy Scroll, Vladimir Grafov demonstrates a live stream of continuous measurements, random quantum fluctuations in the electromagnetic field in the vacuum at the Australian National University’s Quantum Optics Lab. These are transformed into random, colourful light patterns. Those patterns scroll along an 18-metre light screen, forming a dancing wave under the LUX passage ceiling.
Illumination by Digestion
INSTALLATION / STEVEN VAN WINGERDEN MARIﾃ起BURGKAPEL
WILLEM VAN DOORN MARIﾃ起BURGPLEIN
While alternative energy sources are drawing increasing attention, we take our supply of electricity and its complex infrastructure for granted. In his Future Fossils project, Steven van Wingerden embarks on a quest for alternative, small-scale and aesthetic energy systems. That search addresses such questions as: can we derive energy from water lilies? In Future Fossils, Steven van Wingerden demonstrates just how synthetic biology can help us advance in this quest.
Inspired by the old gas wells once used on farms, Willem van Doorn set out to develop new technology for obtaining a self-sufficient source of gas. Working on the farm where he grew up, he explored different options for generating energy utilising waste streams and used materials. The result was Illumination by Digestion: a self-sufficient bio fermenter that converts the gases produced during fermentation into light.
Industry by Nature
In Vena Verbum
INSTALLATION / KARLIJN SIBBEL MARIËNBURGKAPEL
INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION / TIDDO BAKKER LUX CAFÉ
Increasingly, demand has risen for materials and manufacturing processes that don’t drain our supply of natural resources and create excess waste. Our search for this has led us to natural raw materials with fascinating properties, such as growth. In Industry by Nature, Karlijn Sibbel has joined forces with Wageningen University to study how algae and salt can be used to create aesthetically pleasing 3D objects.
While we may not notice, plants respond continually to light, temperature and oxygen. Designer, Tiddo Bakker, conceived In Vena Verbum to introduce us to this amazing world. By creating a symbiosis between nature and technology, In Vena Verbum seeks to forge a new bond between humans and nature. In this work, Bakker enables his audience to experience just how sensitive nature is.
KNECT 3D Bacteria Printer
INSTALLATION / DELFT UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY’S IGEM TEAM MARIËNBURGKAPEL
INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION / PRODUCTDESIGN / STEF VERBERK MARIËNBURGKAPEL
InScience will be exhibiting the now world-famous 3D bacteria printer and winner of the iGEM competition in the synthetic biology category. A team of students at Delft University of Technology built a 3D printer, using a K’NEX toy building set. The printer is an efficient tool for printing biofilms, layers of bacteria used for scientific research. But don’t take our word for it, try out the printer yourself!
This interactive artwork will teach you the basics of programming! A programmable marble track course, Marble Coding, can be configured with different combinations of components to activate different commands. A crowd pleaser for all ages!
Layers of Reality
Letters from Utopia
ART BOOK / ANNA PÜSCHEL LUX CAFÉ
ART BOOK / PHOTOGRAPHY / DAAN PAANS LUX CAFÉ
How do you explain your perceptions to others? How can you show someone the effects of synaesthesia? Layers of Reality takes viewers on an extraordinary journey of the senses, where things such as colours can be felt - or heard! Based on the author’s own life, this book contains a photo series that seek to convey Püschel’s experiences to the readers, including her ability to feel colours.
Letters from Utopia is a documentary photographic research that studies groups who wish to extend the human life span extremely or even aim to become immortal. For this project Daan Paans visited five different movements and their key players who have a shot at an utopian world order. The stories range from an occult belief of the past to a scientific outlook for the future.
PERFORMANCE / EVELINA DOMNITCH & DMITRY GELFAND SYNTHONZAAL
LIGHT INSTALLATION / MATTHIJS MUNNIK MARIËNBURGKAPEL
Are you up for an incredible sensory experience? Meet artist duo Evelina Domnitch & Dmitry Gelfand, who are clearly fascinated with the aesthetics of scientific advancements. Their performance, Mucilaginous Omniverse, is inspired by research into fluid dynamics, light and sound. The duo project dancing drops of silicon that move with sound waves and are guided in part by stroboscopic light.
Matthijs Munnik’s latest work of art, Neolastoscope, will make its debut at InScience. Using a camera obscura technique, Munnik created this abstract film in a projector he personally built. The film itself features an interplay between design and colour, where geometric patterns, lines and objects merge together in an abstract landscape. The installation was inspired by colour projectors dating back to the early 20th century, including Thomas Wilfred’s Clavilux and Hirshfeld-Mack’s Farbenlichtspiel. www.matthijsmunnik.nl
Prototype for a new BioMachine
INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION / ROB VAN DER BURG LUX CAFÉ
INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION / IVAN HENRIQUES LUX CAFÉ
What happens when we introduce the world of robotics to nature? When Brazilian artist Ivan Henriques did just that, the result was his Prototype for a new BioMachine. This plant installation explores new forms of communication with living organisms, people and machines. The plant features an electric signal in its cell, but has no nerves, nerve threads or nerve cables like people, or machines. Prototype for a new BioMachine transforms plants into sensors. As soon as a visitor touches a plant’s leaves, it begins moving.
In a rapidly changing world with an ever-dwindling natural environment, it is becoming increasingly difficult for plants to adapt to their habitats. Inspired by the beauty and fragility of nature, Rob van den Burg developed the Nova Eden laboratory, which uses technology to enable plants to respond to changes in their environment. www.robvanderburg.com
Sbrilluccichio del suono
INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION / TIMO GESCHWILL MARIËNBURGKAPEL
INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION / DANIELA BUONVINO / PETER LOVINK MARIËNBURGPLEIN
The installation, Real Virtuality offers visitors an entirely new way to experience the real world. Learn what it is like to be both physically and virtually present in a room. As a visitor, you’ll receive the Oculus Rift that allows you to experience being in a virtual room that’s isolated from your physical environment. What’s more, you’ll be free to look around wherever you like. Elements such as light, lines, forms, shapes, colours and symmetry all change. The initial architectural unit you encounter also gets deconstructed. Real Virtuality is a radical, subjective adventure in virtual reality.
These are no ordinary lampposts. As soon as you approach, you’ll notice they respond to sound. Equipped with transducers that detect sound, they transform the sounds of the city into a light show. Those nightly strolls will never be quite the same with these around!
Shapes of Time
PHOTOGRAPHY / UDO PRINSEN LUX CAFÉ
LIGHT INSTALLATION / NICKY ASSMANN MARIËNBURGKAPEL
The largest Dutch expedition to the arctic is over. A ship packed with scientists sailed around Spitsbergen to the uninhabitated island Edgeøya. The goal was to do research for the impact of human presence in a remote area. Udo Prinsen participated and recorded the expedition with analogue camera techniques as super8 film and pinhole solargraphy.
Solaris, an installation by artist Nicky Assmann, presents numerous soap screens that can be raised manually. This process creates membranes of liquid soap that function like an interventional shield in space. Carefully selected lighting reveals the distinctive effects of the soap film: a turbulent choreography of iridescent light and flowing movements. The unfolding drama is fascinating as gravity slowly seizes control of the soap film, right up until that inevitable moment when the fragile membrane bursts.
Speculative Societies MAGAZINE / ARIE MALLEGROM LUX CAFĂ&#x2030;
Imagine a new discipline that studies the meeting ground between reality and impossibilities. For instance, what would happen if nature no longer existed? The magazine, Speculative Societies, presents three potential future societies faced with this problem. What would their daily life be like? What would they eat? Select one of the potential future scenarios and join in this journey of discovery. www.ariemallegrom.nl
Mediapartners NTR & NPO Cultura — NTR Talk Show | Around the Table with InScience
DAILY TALK SHOW | 17:30–18:30 | CAFÉ LUX The scientific radio programme, De Kennis van Nu Radio (NTR), will hold daily talk shows from 3 to 6 November in the LUX café. Radio 5 will broadcast all talk shows between 22:00 and 23:00 on the evenings of the days they were recorded.
NTR Festival Guide
Are you having difficulty knowing what to choose? If so, we’ll be happy to help. Our media partner, NTR has created a fun festival guide with all the festival highlights, including films, lectures and various exhibits. The festival guide is included in the festival programme!
NTR Audience Award
With science and culture as their focal themes, NTR was a logical media partner for the festival. In that capacity, NTR will lend its name to an InScience audience choice award. So make sure to vote for your favourite film at InScience 2015, as the winning film maker will take home a prize worth €2,500.
NPO Cultura will broadcast different films and programmes about science and art during InScience. Visit www.cultura.nl/inscience and see the best documentaries, films and programmes!
For highlights of the festival, visit npowetenschap.nl. The InScience special there offers information about science in films. You’ll also find talk shows with Isolde Hallensleben, reviews of different broadcasts and more information about the NTR Audience Award.
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The Awards + Symmetry — ROUNDING OFF INSCIENCE’S PREMIERE IS THE FILM SYMMETRY AND THE CEREMONIES FOR THE YOUTH JURY AWARD, STUDENT JURY AWARD AND NTR AUDIENCE AWARD. FOLLOWING AN EXTENSIVE DISCUSSION, THE JURIES WILL SELECT THE WINNER OF THE FIRST INSCIENCE AWARD! ROB VAN HATTUM, CREATIVE DIRECTOR OF NEMO, IS THE HOST OF THIS PROGRAM.
The Awards programme — Symmetry
The Awards Ceremony
How can art and science reinforce each other? Joining this discussion will be film scholar Patricia Pisters, filmmaker Ruben van Leer, and physicist Sijbrand de Jong of Radboud University, who will become Chair of CERN on 1 January 2016. Their discussion will focus on questions, such as how science can be translated into art. Why does CERN have such an extensive art programme? And why does science hold such fascination for artists?
This is the moment: the premiere awards ceremony at InScience - Dutch International Science Film Festival. Who will win the very first InScience Award?
Following the showing of Symmetry, artist Sanne Willemsen and scientist Anne Speckens will join for their presentation. In it, they will unveil the results of their collaboration in the Besiendershuis during the festival to explore a cooperative interplay between art and science.
Writer Wout Waanders of Literair Productiehuis Wintertuin, will write a literary report of the first edition of InScience. This report will cover highlights, such as Waanders’ most striking observations and most amazing moments as well as instances where he felt moved or was brought to tears or laughter.
Index Film by title — #
1001 Inventions and the Library of Secrets
Ambulance Drone Film Animated Life of A.R. Wallace, The Animated Life: Pangea Artificial Leaf, The
Bacteria to the Future Barcode III.0 Bioluminescent Streetlamps Bottom Feeders Brilliant Darkness: Hotaru in the Night
Centrifuge Brain Project, The Chlorotherapy Creeping Garden, The
DJI Stories: The Lost City of Chernobyl
Eadweard Empire of the Scents, The Endocrination Ex_Machina Experimenter
Fecal Matters Forecaster, The FPV Drone Racing in Rural Canada Frau im Mond Fungiphilia Rising
57 35 34 37
Hole Hollands Licht
55 51 55 59 34
Ice and the Sky Ik ben Alice Immortalists, The Inorganica Inside Out Interstellar Iranian Drone That Saves Lives, The Is the Man Who is Tall Happy? ISS Startrails – TRONized
59 55 21
21 22 22 23 23
24 26 57 60 35
Last Man on the Moon, The Left Behind - FPV Living Soul, A Luminaris
27 29 30 55 19 69 57 30 51
31 57 58 14
Saving Mes Aynak Secret des Glaces, Le Seeing the Invisible Sleepless in New York Solar Impulse Across America Speed of Light, The Spinoza Spiral Galaxy – De Melkweg Ontrafeld Stanford Prison Experiment, the Stardust Sun, The Symmetry Symmetry Unravelled Sync
That Sugar Film Traumdeutung
Visit – An Alien Encounter, The
Man Who Knew Infinity, the Monitoring Hymalayan Glaciers Most Likely to Succeed Mr Hublot Mugshot MULTIVERSE Ghana
OK-Go: I Won’t Let You Down Once Upon a Blue Moon ORA
Pig Child, The Play within a Play Protoparticles Public Misunderstanding of Science
31 57 32 14 32 33
57 29 52
68 50 58 55
Weight of Mountains, The World of the Very Small, Th
33 14 24 36 37 39 41 49 41 49 50 43 43 51
Index Art by title — Animethic - Sijbom, I. 76 Biomorphic Creatures and Lissajous Figures - Pankratova, K. 76 Black Smoking Mirror - van Boven, M., Prins, G. J. 77 Botanicus Interacticus - Poupyrev, I., TheGreenEyl, , Schössler, P., Riekoff, C., Loh, J. 77 Come on down and see the idiot right here - Willemsen, S. 78 Dark Side of the Sun, the - Vidal, I. A. 78 Drifting Patterns - Strijbos, J., Molenaar, J., Broeders, M. 79 Entropy Scroll - Grafov, V. 79 Future Fossils - van Wingerden, S. 80 Illumination by Digestion - van Doorn, W. 80 Industry by Nature - Sibbel, K. 81 In Vena Verbum - Bakker, T. 81 KNECT 3D Bacteria Printer - iGem Team 82 Layers of Reality - Püschel, A. 82 Letters from Utopia - Paans, D. 83 Marble Coding - Verberk, S. 83 Mucilaginous Omniverse - Domnitch, E., Gelfand, D. 84 Neolastoscope - Munnik, M. 84 Nova Eden - van der Burg, R. 85 Prototype for a New Biomachine - Henriques, I. 85 Real Virtuality - Geschwill, T. 86 Sbrilluccichio del Suono - Buonvino, D., Lovink, P 86 Shapes of Time - Prinsen, U. 87 Solaris - Assmann, N. 87 Speculative Societies - Mallegrom, A. 88
Index Speakers by name —
Sietse Karel Marian Tilman Jeroen Eric Marcel Rob Sander Kasper Jan Bas Bram Lies han Suzanne Sander Camille Lucy Carli Heleen Luca Niels Dirk Sarah Ap Lisa Lucas Jalila Lucas wouter Katherina Trijsje Lily Paul Ellen Sanne Diederik Peter Henk Peter George Pim Massoud Peter-Paul Rob Stephan Casper Anouska Ans Marlous Hanneke Floris Lucien Wilhelm Job Walter Luc Liesbeth wouter Mina Eelke
Abbink, S van Acoleyen, K Adriaansen, M Andris, T Bartelse, J Beaufils, E Becker, M van den Bergh, R Bisselink, S Bockweg, K Branssen, J Broere, B Bruines, B Bruines, L Brunner, H Brunner, S Burger, S Buttingsrud, C Campbell, L Coenen, C de Coninck, H Consoli, L Coppes, N van Delft, D Dellmann, S Dijksterhuis, A Doeland, L Ellerbroek, L Essaïdi, J Evers, L Exterkate, W Foreman, K Franssen, T Fu, L Gallasch, P ter Gast, E Groen, S Grootjans, D van Haastert, P Hage, H Hagoort, P van Hal, G Haselager, P Hassani, M Hattinga Verschure, P van Hattum, R Haukes, S van Heck, C van der Heijden, A Hekkenberg, A Henckens, M Hendrix, H Heukelom, F Hordijk, L Huck, W van den Hurk, J Immerzeel, W Jacquet, L Jansen, L Jansen, W Johnson Glenburg, de Jong, E
Peter Sijbrand Steven Marijtje Floris Elianne Wim Kiki Arno Ken Pieter-Rim Ruben Teun Juul Laurens Paul Joost Ruben Johan Pieter Lotte Frank Rob Stefan Mike Dana Adam Anne-Marieke Judith Vitor Amade Koert Inge Bennie Inge Kim wim Sonja Anco Špela Patricia Maartje Roland Udo Tila Jurian Theo Pieter Diederik Mitchell-Lee Johan Daan Freek Kasper Kirsten James Manel Jaron David Kirk John Arno
de Jong, P de Jong, S Jong, S Jongsma, M Kaayk, F Keulemans, E Kol, W Kolman, K Koning, A Koontz, K de Kroon, P Kwaaitaal, R van Laake, T van der Laan, J Landeweerd, L van Lange, P Langeveld, J van Leer, R van Leeuwaarden, J Lemmens, P Lentes, L Leoné, F van Lier, R Ligtenberg, S Ligthart, M Linssen, D Lobel, A van Loon, A Martens, J Martins dos Santos, V M’charek, A van Mensvoort, K Molenaar, I Mols, B Mutsaers, I Nguyen, K Noorduin, W van Oers, S Peeters, A Petrič, Š Pisters, P Poelman, M Postma, R Prinsen, U Pronk, T Rademaker, J Rasing, T Roelofs, P Roest, D van Rooij, M Roos, J Roosegaarde, D Rossen, F van Royen, LK Ruber, K Ryan, J Salas Palau, M Sanders, J Scheidler, D Scheper, K Schermer, J Schuitemaker, A 98
Roel Jasper Marc Joszi Hauke Anne Piet Carlijn Niels Tim Alejandro Frank Maïté Esther Samarth Paul Joris Derk Katie Erik coen Barbara Harrie Paul Jop Anouk Joos Ivo Louis wout Kevin Wim Daniel Ad Dave Sanne Han Daisy Meike Philip Evert
Schutgens, R Sharp, J Slors, M Smeets, J Smidt, H Speckens, A Steenbakkers, P Stevens, C Stoffels, N Talbott, T Tauber, A Theys, F Tjon A Hie, M Urlus, E Varma, S van der Velde, P Veltman, J Venema, D Verest, K Verlinde, E vermeeren, C Visser, B Vorst, H de Vos, P de Vrieze, J Vrouwe, A van Vugt, J van Vulpen, I Vuurpijl, L Waanders, W Warwick, K van Westrenen, W Wigboldus, D van Wijk, A Willems, D Willemsen, S Wösten, H van de Zande, D van Zandvoort, M Zimbardo, P van der Zweerde, E
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